Sunday, April 1, 2012

Nesting




stress, confusion reign
come to the beginning place
shelter from the storm
remember the truth you knew
find your wings and fly again

26 comments:

  1. Perfect.
    So I guess we CAN go home again.
    What a relief.

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  2. i hope he does find his wings

    in the dragon's nest

    verification makes it really hard to comment. you'd get more comments if you turned it off

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  3. So true... Back to home/basic and start a new... Love it...

    JJRod'z

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  4. nice...i like this...going back to the beginning and learning once more to fly...we all need to find those wings again...

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  5. And what better place to re-discover the forgotten skills?

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  6. Sometimes we have to return to the beginning and begin again...

    Anna :o]

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  7. I particularly like the last line. It really fits the image.

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  8. Nicely written,and yes indeed sometimes we do need to go back the beginning and start over..

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  9. Being stuck in that nest would be confusing at best!!
    Well written
    Hugs
    SUeAnn

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  10. ahh to fly again what bliss!...great write..x

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  11. well done and thanks for sharing this

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  12. "find your wings and fly again" I needed that message today. Thank you.

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  13. I'm back! I was amazed with your take and now humbled that you compliment mine so greatly. Thank you.

    Your return is no reply comment blogger so I could reply directly to your comment.

    Thank you again.

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  14. The best...the seeds are always at the beginning...love this take..

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  15. poor guy lost his wings :(


    verification makes it really hard to comment. you'd get more comments if you turned it off

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  16. He does look very 'wingless' in that nest...

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  17. P>S> I agree about the word verification - it is a nightmare!

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  18. 'remember the truth you knew' That is such a profound line! Thanks for the comment on my mine too.

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  19. I have always thought that we know everything if we just could tap into the source. Your poem speaks to that, and I love it.

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