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Sunday, December 8, 2013


“You wanna fly, you got to give up the shit that weighs you down.” ―Toni Morrison

There is sky out there;
painted in blue so bright,
it’s endless, all yours;
give up the fight.

Grow above the boundaries;
dare to see the other side,
break the chains of insecurities;
that scares you inside.

Set yourself free; lift your feet and fly,
world ain’t that bad, look that azure sky.

You may stumble;
it may knock you down,
but you gotta start again;
to rise from the ground.

There gotta be people;
who will laugh and stare,
for every time you fall;
gotta get up and shift the gear.

So set yourself free; lift your feet and fly,
world ain’t that bad, look that azure sky.

~Shreya ♥

P.S. My creation, please do not copy | Copyright © Protected | Image: Google

P.P.S. Written In Insomnia!!


  1. reminds me of a quote-"Every exit door is an entry to a new world."....could relate to it..in the end,the individual will look back at his/her entire life and nothing of money,status,power or the race of the material world would be satisfying....each passing moment is precious,the moments never return,life is all about living the moments..for planning kills the thrill~..this 'azure' word has something very catchy about it!
    Rohit from floating-expressions(privacy issues..I perhaps need a pen name now)....tc

    1. :) Right.

      P.S. Good to see you back in form to post comment-cum-essay ;)


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