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flight is nothing more than now embracing then
you are your own sparkling moon salt into tomorrow
countless moments stand awake awaiting your presence
so let remember be a lost word disappearing into forevermore
open brand new shining wings of feeling and rise towards future

happiness is a hollow sensation of extreme height
great always rising peak into the clouds of forgetfulness
dip your cold finger in a warm bowl filled with molten emotions
and let your thoughts mingle with the ancient roots fed by your blood
be free like dripping rain water on the distant tropical beach called almost

life is dancing under a blue sun you never saw before
a soft touch on your sleeping face is more than enough hope
open your eyes and let light teach you the lessons of burning souls
treat fear like a barking dog chained by the heavy strings of your memory
rise then towards the sun and moon and kiss them as if they were your parents


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The following comments are for "The art of flying"
by Paradox

Flying
This had many beautiful images and reminded me of something akin to Kahlel Gibran.
There are a few either typos, or somethings I'm not sure I quite understand, like "sparkling moon salt into tomorrow", but I really liked the images and emotions of such lines as
"flight is nothing more than now embracing then", " be free like dripping rain water on the distant tropical beach called almost", and "treat fear like a barking dog chained by the heavy strings of your memory"-
nice title, too-
Elizabeth










( Posted by: emaks [Member] On: November 3, 2006 )





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