and my life emerges
one of the earth’s many gifts
and with magic in my wings
I journey above quilted clouds
above the sun-drenched land
I flit hither and thither
nature’s social butterfly
We are coming back to the use of metaphor to describe a concept or life, this week. Elton John’s “A Candle in the Wind” has been immortalized for posterity.
Have you ever been inspired to think of a life, while viewing a mountain, river, animal, bird, insect, plant or any other element of nature? Pen down your thoughts in whatever manner they occur to you. Let it all flow … there need not be a conclusion, as a flow depicts the spirit more than anything else.-Reena Saxena
An interesting poem by William Blake, where he philosophizes on life, on seeing a fly.
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