Treasure Island

Shelby Jasmin Estrada

(April 1st / Friday Harbor, WA)

The Elements


Wind and Fire
Earth and Water
Spirit and Air
These are the six elements

Wind stands for grace
Fire stands for ferocious
Earth stands for good-natured
Water stands for mysterious
Spirit stands for blissful
Air stands for light-hearted

Wind is graceful like a leaf caught in a tornado
Fire is ferocious like the way my hair whips around in the wind
Earth is good-natured like mother-nature carressing the rivers in the mouths of her mountains
Water is mysterious like the thought of love
Spirit is blissful like the seenity brought by a kiss
Air is light-hearted like the way it lets me live to love

The six elements;
Wind
Fire
Earth
Water
Spirit
Air
They make me feel alive for once, without my elements I would be lost in a world of blank simplicity

Submitted: Wednesday, April 08, 2009

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