Red Kite

"Oh Alice! 

Slip an Eat me Sweet in the post!

Make me shrink to thimble size

That Wendy would approve..."

 

Then, 

 

I could sneak beneath the wing

Of the Red Kite on the wind

And feel the rush from soaring far above

 

I could peer through gentle clouds

At my lead weight shrinking woes

And watch the world go ant-like through its day

 

My worries would be earthbound

And not a jot would matter

The small mindedness of people

Would become mere passing thoughts

 

Let me hear the Kite's soul whistle

To the earth and crisp blue sky , in a way

That caged birds cannot comprehend

 

Let me rest inside the daydream

Where the comfort felt in soaring

Is given to those needing it the most

 





Poetry by LFD3
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Written on 2018-09-12 at 09:47

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2018-09-12