Saturday, December 26, 2009

A Wish to Fly High..:)

Take me out of

this gloomy sphere,
to hit the endless desires.
With the Wings of Wanderlust,
Want to fly high.
Wish,I could touch the sky.
My vigor speaks,
Yearning for the taste of freedom.
With the charismatic Wanderlust,
Want to crack the New Horizons.
Unbound destination,to compass,
Limitless miles to reach,
Want to leave behind,every
crease of vex,
Want to feel the breathe of air,
Take me in the wide open aura,
Before my alluring Wanderlust dies..!!!


Creativity!! said...

Hi Dear, Beautiful, Fabulous, Fantastic Lines Depicting The True Fact Of One's Seeking "Freedom"

Extremely Loved This Poem A Lot :) :) I Have No Words To Describe Liking Of This Poem :) :)

Extremely Well Done. Excellent.Keep It Up Dear :) :)

Wish You All The Very Best Success :) :) May You Reach Great Heights, In Each & Every Step & Aspect Of Life :) :)

Hugs :) :)

lissa said...

I like the hopeful feeling this gives out and it's almost like a mantra

Anonymous said...

i second this thought.. lovely write...

i think Creativity took my words away with her comment too :) :D

Maggie said...

My wish is that you do fly on the wings of your wanderlust spirit as you travel in life.

Tammie Lee said...

In your words,
I can feel the desire and a sense of just how wide open life can be. Wonderful.

Sweetest in the Gale said...

Your yearning speaks loudly through your words...beautifully expressed!

Amity Me said...

let's both fly high and leave this chaotic world...

lovely and well-meaning lines, i can relate to it, very much!

love you Mads for poem...:)

you know what i mean...:)

Tumblewords: said...

Flying high - a lovely yearning piece!

Dew drops said...

good imagination n innocent thoughts yaar...keep up the wrk man,, u rock.. :)

Loch Rob said...

Let loose the imagination, creativity, and desire to explore. Your poem has such a yearning. Very nice.

Carlos Gesmundo said...

The ability to take off anytime ... before wanderlust fades. Thanks for speaking on our behalf.


SandyCarlson said...

I taste the freedom you describe here.