Let Her Fly - Poem by kwane Lamb
When I met woman
She was above the earth
Looking over the land
Smooth she was...
Wings spread to full length
A smile that would melt butter
You could see how she loved...Flying.
Upside down she flew...
Loop-DE-loop she flew...
Racing the wind...
How warm her heart
When greeting you...
Sharing the air with one was her pleasure... then we flew off to a place distance to her...
She knew not but...trusted me.
Spreaded her inner wings...
Taking me to an upper air pocket...
I knew not of such...
Her enthusiastic play was so alien...
But an altering experience,
Showing me what makes her soar...
Pampering me all the while.
Showed me what makes hot-air...
Long beautiful air-pockets...
She raced them with ease...
She was teaching me how to enjoy her world...
I refused...without knowing.
I would not let her fly again...
I wanted her and what she knew with me...
And only me.
I killed her inner spirit...
And never knew.
I am man...I ask you (Woman) to forgive me
For wanting you and your gift...
Not seeing you as a prise....you the person...
I have killed your spirit...I knew it not
I am man not a thinker...sigh...forgive me.
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