Because I fly
I laugh more than other men.
I look up
And see more than they.
I know how clouds feel.
What it’s like to have the blue in my lap.
To look down
To feel freedom in a thing called the stick.
Who but I,
Can slice between God’s billow legs,
And feel the laugh and crash with His step?
Who else has seen the unclimbed peaks?
The rainbow’s secret?
The real reason birds sing?
Because I fly
WHAT DO YOU SEE?
WHAT DON'T YOU SEE?
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