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IF ONLY I COULD FLY

I wish I could grow some wings
And soar up to the edge of the sky
Where heaven touches the earth
And the atmosphere protects
All that dwell beneath 

I want to feel the delights of the wind
Blowing in my face
As I surf through the thin air
Carefree and happy

I want to see what the avian world sees
As they effortlessly glide
Way up in the sky
Viewing both far and near

I want to cruise high above
Just as the jetliners do
Higher than a hot air balloon
That always seems so lonely
In the early morning sky

I want to get dizzy as I look down
On the people who are like ants
In a world so vast and varied and
Filled with animals and plants 

I hope to see Man-made and natural wonders
That only the intrepid traveller ever found
I want to have a panoramic view
That only angels can see
As they look down on you and me

I want to peek over the horizon
That once caused so much fear
And know what Columbus knew was true
That people like me live everywhere

A supersonic traveller I wish to be
As I catch the Jetstream
And zoom across the globe
High above a summers’ kite
Way up where my head will feel so light

No one will be as high as me
I will be the king of the sky
Happy as a lark
Dancing among the clouds
And smiling at the sun

I shall marvel
At earths bounty
That includes you and me
And see where rivers start
Then flow into the sea

I will be where no one
Has dreamt they could ever be
Only an Astronaut
Can outdo me

One day hopefully I will get my wings
And fly up through the sky
Up and up I will go
I will let the wind decide where I will flow

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