I've had the pleaure to read some of your hubs,and there's a recurring theme that fascinates me....
In more than one poem you speak of having wings and taking flight. I can see the obvious reason for flying away, but why not run away? Does the act of flying imply you have complete control of your actions and destination? Please share...
Although this question is not directed to me. I think I can try an answer, since it appeared on my right sidebar...
The one who can "fly away" is able to go where the common ones can't. It is very ordinary to run away, it does not imply some kind of superior freedom for the actor. So, he wants to fly away because:
1-he's not (or don't want to be) like regular people
2-he has (or wants to have) more freedom than "normal" people
3-he can do uncommon things with this liberty
I hope I've helped...
by Greensleeves Hubs 5 years ago
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