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    Eagles destined to fly beyond the nest,
    Are pending over the edge of disaster.
    Larger examples fly–up with the rest,
    Far into the sky, where, flys a master.

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    Eagles destined to fly beyond the nest,
    Are pending over the edge of disaster.
    Larger examples fly–up with the rest,
    Far into the sky, where, flies a master.

    Eager to advent in the pattern of fools;
    Understanding not–the nature of flight.
    An arrival of freedom…is a hopeful tool,
    That young wings overcome–with sight.

    Soaring into the sun, the novice looks;
    Oblivious to the heat of perilous ways.
    Experience!…keeps an imaginary book,
    To tally the look that reaches for days.

    Captivity in a nest–gets chronically old,
    Where youth craves for greater expanse.
    Narrow limits evolve warmth–from cold,
    As a new flight…dares a timid chance.

    The next minute, beyond the safety net,
    Disaster lurks–though, youth cares not.
    Strengthen new wings…plunging to rest,
    While discovering what the sun has got.

    No well-seasoned flier can tell the eagle,
    That the initial flight could be very hard.
    The action of flight…as a shallow mingle,
    In a great escape from the nestled cord.

    A valuable lesson soars…within minutes,
    As the novice learns to appreciate home.
    Looking at the sun–for a wiser eaglette;
    The next minute teaches–flying is alone.
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    Posted by Lee Mahana @ 5:02 PM

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