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***sailing Wings

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If I were a ship, on its maiden voyage
I would invariably face south, only if you were there
I would float west, whatever climatical weather
I would turn east, forge or even bear North West
I would forsake the compass, and its trusted North
Just...to have your wind in my sails

If I were a plane, on its maiden flight
I would face the wind and its pressure, only if you were there
I would defy gravity and lift off in time, to gain your altitude
I would alter my wings, curvature, my aerofoil, and glide with you
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COMMENTS
Ian Bowen 13 January 2008
Sylvi, nice idea for a poem. Well written and enjoyable. Ian
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L. K. Thayer 06 January 2008
'just to have your wind in my sails' - 'to gain your altitude' beautiful imagery!
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