In those moments every second counts, so I tried feverishly to perform mouth to mouth, but being a man-eating bird it tried to bite me on the lip so instead I wrapped it in my child's jacket. It was too cold to use mine. Children are resilient to cold temperatures, they bounce back if they get sick and I had to be well enough to take care of the bird. Anyways, with the bird safely wrapped up I had to pull my child to safety from the street as a car almost hit him. I then brought the bird home to nourish and take care of him so that he could live a fruitful and joyous life thanks to me.
As days went by he became better and I knew that it was time to let it go. He would chirp these beautiful songs in the morning, like an angel. If you love something, set it free and I loved it so I went to reach in it's little ward of a cage and as I did he tried to bite me over and over so I grabbed a blunt object and started beating him with it so he would stop biting me and as his squeals became less and less I realized that this was my purpose...to save the world from this man-eating bird.
The world is safe now. It feels nice to be a superhero.