Tag Archives: flight

The Myth of Gravity 

She wonders, are we told that we will fall so we won’t fly?  Stretches out her newborn wingsand kisses sky.  ::In November, we poem.

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oh, blackbird with a crooked wing 

all broken midnight feathered thing, shall you only sigh to sky? i crimp your caw to heart and i  long to loan you sting of bee and yawn of moonor paper dragon fire, the bold desire to build your           (wings)    self of steam.  ::It’s Quadrille Monday over at dverse, … Continue reading

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Preflight Check

And the earth was without form and void, and darkness was over the face of the deep. – Genesis 1:2  Talk to me, Goose. – Top Gun  :: I’ve got all these murmur-ations, see? Dark shadow swirlings of thought caught in curious clouds.  We … Continue reading

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dragon dna

  .. they’re two parts moon, i think, a drink of shimmered scale and waxing fire. where do their wings come from? starling murmur? darling’d breeze? the breath of trees and song that comes ……………(what may) from long stray veins … Continue reading

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Icarus Falling

.. If iCarus had an iPad, he might have researched the temperature of the sun, or the melting point of wax. Or he might have caught an episode or two of Father Knows Best. He would have known a little … Continue reading

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The Intricate Impossibilities of Flight

.. First, there’s gravity. The heavy heart, the sacred wanting. There are laws against such things, rules in place to prevent the illusion of wings. And yet we spread our plans, our lies. We flap and flail and fade into … Continue reading

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