I HAD FORGOTTEN I COULD FLY,
By linda marie pharaoh-carlsonęcopyright,
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Reluctantly
I step out to see that the sky is azure blue
And the effortless clouds still hang in their rightful places.
The grass is greener, the flowers brighter,
And yet my soul
Is color-less.


Putting one foot before the other
My journey's forced
And become an unwanted labor.
And these eyes blinded
To the Sun's brilliant hope.


One day I will slowly emerge
from the darkened places
Of this self-imposed cocoon.
I will brightly step into the morn of An eternal, hopeful day.


And I'll drink in the air
Of fragrant joy.
And then remember...


I have wings!


"THE ADVERSITIES OF LIFE MAY CHALLENGE THE BEST OF US.
AND MAKING IT DOWN LIFE'S ROUGH ROAD ON YOUR OWN, MAY BRING YOU SATISFACTION AND ACCOMPLISHMENT WHEN YOU REACH YOUR END.


BUT, SHARING THE JOURNEY WITH A FRIEND MAY HELP YOU TO CATCH GLIMPSES OF THE BEAUTIFUL
SCENERY ALONG THE WAYSIDE, AS YOU TRAVEL ON TOWARDS YOUR FINAL DESTINATION.


AND WHEREAS, BEFORE ALLOWING THEM TO TRAVEL ALONG WITH YOU, YOU MAY HAVE HAD A SINGLE TUNNEL FOCUS AND
A DETERMINATION JUST TO GET THERE...YOU HAVE INSTEAD, BEEN ALLOWED TO VIEW THE WONDER AND LOVELINESS OF THE WORLD
THROUGH THEIR EYES, INSTEAD OF SEEING ONLY THE ROCKY PITTED PATHWAYS YOU'VE HAD TO TRAVEL"
~ lmpc ~



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