The beautiful cover pick was done by ~Najato This piece was originally supposed to be "Paper Plane Hearts" but I decided to combine the theme with my new username. Bit long but not as long as my other new piece. Hope everyone enjoys.
I was very entranced in this poem, as I've gotten something from it, even if it's not the same as someone else got from it. What I like about this poem is how it talks about how we fly above our problems and hope that we can forget them. We make wings through the good in our lives and use it to try to fly from our problems. But the thing is, we are avoiding something we often refuse to do-refine ourselves. That means letting go of some of the human instincts such as hitting someone when they've hit you. Like trees, when they rot, they are polished. They can last thousands of years through the hardening and improvements of their bark. We need the trials we need the problems because they can help us become stronger. What I got out of this poem is that we depend so much on the "I love you"s and other people helping us, when sometimes we can only help ourselves...or relying on God to take us the rest of they way there when one has done all that they could do by themselves. So, in other words, I have to disagree that crumbled wings are the best way to go, but I've been there and in a sense still there. Your poem was profound-I really, really enjoyed reading it. I could picture myself flying over a city, the city of my problems. Thank you so much for posting this on DA, it is quite a wonderful piece. Keep up the good work