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An Aerial Soliloquy...

Updated on December 8, 2015

My Careening Thoughts of that Crowded Sky...

Yet, Fly I must, with a thunderous thrust...

Until I pierce that Blue, God's Eye...


To Break the Bonds of Earth's Restraint...To Free my Mind of Fear's Complaint...


Faster and Faster, 'till Time does Blend...

Swiftly Move my Heart to thee, On Wings of Love's Apogee...

For Love awaits my Journey's End...



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      maven101 22 months ago from Northern Arizona

      Thank you, Cat...They say time heals...Writing and time will provide the catharsis to move on with life...I will hold her in my heart as long as I can hold a pen...Larry

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      Catherine Tally 23 months ago from Los Angeles

      Larry, My heart goes out to you . I am so sorry to learn about the loss of the love of your life. Your poem is truly beautiful and reading it brings tears. I hope that your writing brings you a sense of peace.

      Cat

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      breakfastpop 23 months ago

      Please, your words are beautiful and moving. I am so sorry for your loss and feeling sad is what I must feel. I know how much you loved each other and what you shared and still share is rare and special.

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      maven101 23 months ago from Northern Arizona

      Breakfastpop...Now I'm feeling sad because I made you sad...not my intention...She was a wonderful human being that I miss terribly, but her strength remains within my soul...I know of no other way to express my loss to my fellow hubbers...Thank you for stopping by...Larry

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      breakfastpop 23 months ago

      I'm feeling very sad.