Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Try (O.S.I.)


Hi all,

This poem is posted for O.S.I. The theme for this week's prompt is try.

Have you forgotten
Brave, young soul
You were created to fly
Graced with wings
In adoration and love
Breathtaking plumage
Of a million horizons
The wind your guide
Destiny, speed
Try with all your might
Rise, take flight

14 comments:

SandyCarlson said...

Makes me think of all of us. We were made to fly. Born for it.

Jen said...

Gorgeous... both the words and the picture!!

Kilauea Poetry said...

This is just plum sweet~ an I'm feeling just a little sour! So, I'm gonna try (lol) Well that is an incredible image! Wow- love it!! Hope your having a terrific evening:)

ananchorage said...

Oh, I was just writing about flying also. I enjoyed your poem.

Ramesh Sood said...

Yes, lets fly.. exploring skies of imagination..unseen..untouched.. you write well girl..

JStar said...

I so needed this reminder today...I am in a blah moment and this uplifted :)

Harshad mehta said...

Reminds me of Johnathon Livingston Seagull.

So beautiful & inspiring reminder.

gospelwriter said...

Exactly right! We were always made to fly - beautifully expressed, thank you.

C Will said...

Hey WG,
You are such a beautiful writer you make me feel so wonderful much luv to you!!! well done !!:)

Wild Rose said...

Such a positive and very uplifting poem, glad i passed by :)

Kay said...

someone is trying to tell me something :) My mother just recommended a book, I just completed reading it (doesn't take long) the book: Jonathan Livingston Seagull a story by Richard Bach

between that and your write... perhaps it's time to fly...? hmmmm... nicely done, either way. :)

septembermom said...

Filled with hope. Love the voice here.

gabrielle said...

Recently viewed raptors migrating from a ridge top in Duluth. Amazing how they catch an updraft and soar.
I was reminded of this while reading your poem. A radiant and uplifting write! Thank you.

Cassiopeia Rises said...

Oh but this is lovely. Yes we are born to fly and will one day fly home again.

Melanie