Monday, March 28, 2011

Adventure Awaits: Is Bliss

As the cardinal flew across the sky, I could tell he was excited, nervous, and sadly ignorant. He didn't know what the world had in store for him. Though a mother can teach, the world will make you learn. I can tell that this bird is still a child, and has much learning to do. In my old age I know, I can read others quite well. Young cardinal, you are easy to see. The red, the black, the bliss of ignorance. I must watch him carefully, he poses a danger to himself.
I'll wait and watch him, not saying a word. He'll encounter me in time. Those in trouble come to seek me, the answer. I'm old and frail, but I hope to make a dent in this small world; it's the only thing we want in this world. I must tell of knowledge, and this cardinal seems to be the listener.
Oh, he's landing in a tree known for only being occupied by blue jays. Let's see how this bird will fly...

14 comments:

  1. You drew a very good mental image, keep up the good work! :)

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  2. this was beautiful. almost as beautiful as birds when I see them at my feeder.

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  3. wonderful read! enjoyed every letter! :D

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  4. good read super deep.. following!
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  5. I liked this. While reading it, I was thinking of my younger brother and watching the mistakes he makes...the same ones I used to make when I was younger. Interesting.

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  6. Thank you for giving me a little bit of a brain workout this morning.

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  7. Evil blue jays always ruining the other birds fun!

    I've seen them chase a hawk!

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  8. Nice story man. Very interesting, especially because it seems so original.

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  9. stoppin by, when's the next update?!

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  10. That was really good,
    keep it up

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