Monday, August 17, 2009

Heights

(Half a poem)

Give me wings so I may fly
To Heights beyond Grand crossroads
And past the glaring lights of Time
Illuminating the sky.

I lift-off like a child learns;
My journey starts expressly with A.
I climb high over the Central playground,
Farther than the Carousel turns.

Give me wings so I may fly
To Heights beside the river
And there I'll stand above the world:
That world that peeks at me, so shy.

2 comments:

SJ said...

Cute. :) I like the location references (especially the journey that starts expressly with A), though I don't get a few of them.

Anonymous said...

great poem, very witty