The struggle with the strings
interwined strings locked into one other

a curve on lips spread
when recalled

how once it was all well set to be launched 

to take a flight, a flight of dreams on board with hopes

tickling the dust and tearing the winds
maneuvering in the midst of clouds

rising and rising, surpassing the tropos and clombing the stratos.

crossing the sun and emerging from behind the moon.

All it needed was a push,
a push behind, a pull forward.

In negligence, it turned and twisted 

hooked in a circle like a fly webbed.



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