Fly

fly - poem

I want to experience to fly,
Just like a bird in the sky.
I want to feel the wind in my wings,
Feel the moving air on my skin.

Impossible dream,
I know.
But to experience it,
Even once will be nice.

I wish I can fly over the sea,
Over peaks and valleys.
Enjoy the beauty,
Only flying can see.

The freedom that
Flying brings,
A dream
I wish can be a reality.

Author: Jessica E. Larsen

I'm a romance author and blogs about music, poems, book reviews, films and moments in life. I enjoy spending time outdoors, adore animals and travels a lot with my family. I like anything unusual and fun. CLICK HERE to read more about me or CLICK HERE to view my published books . .

30 thoughts on “Fly

  1. Living a dream is the aim, just that we have to interpret the dream that we have and make that something that we can love in real life. I have just started to read ‘What took you so long’. Curiosity on my part to see how you write prose πŸ™‚

    1. Oh my, now I feel to crawl in a cave and hide! So embarrassed. But thank you for the interest. This story was written for a writing workshop where we got 30 days to come up with an idea, plot it and write. So recently I’ve been thinking to rewrite the whole story a bit but I don’t have the energy. Hope you enjoy it.

  2. Beautiful poem Jess and it’s a beautiful dream as well πŸ‘ŒI always wanted to fly so I did parasailing and will do paragliding as well 😊

      1. 😨😨😨 I’ll sure to have a solid chain me so I can lock myself at the nearest tree so can’t drag me. πŸ˜„

      2. I’m getting those that are strong as spider’s web hahaha 😁 πŸ˜›

      3. Yikes, you really want to scare me so I don’t visit Lebanon right? Fat chance! I’m coming as soon as I get out of this poor living and camp in your garden! hahaha 😈

      4. Oh no you can visit anytime, we have terrorists and bombs and I always plant landmines in my garden 😎😎😎

      5. Oh my gourd, you are one difficult woman to beat! You had me laughing hard and speechless. πŸ˜‚

    1. You’re talking about the 1978 films, right? The modern adaptation can’t compare to the first Clark Kent. I never first saw it until I was 17 but I’m so in love with it even after watching so many times

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    1. Mots trΓ¨s vrais. Merci d’Γͺtre passΓ©. πŸ™‚ I only know a few French words and that one was constructed using google translate. πŸ˜„

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