“Please know that I was aware
of the hazards. I did it because I
wanted to do it.
Adventure is worthwile in itself”
(Amelia Earhart, Atchinson, 24 July
1897 – pacific ocean 2 July 1937)
I close my eyes and dream
of my sky,
My arms take flight
Where are my wings?
Somewhere at Howland and I’ll
leave them asleep
Where is the light of the stars?
I am too far and black is the sky
Let me flow in my memories,
now, and forever more.
YES! this is my story, I really did it,
I flew my fears out of the mist!
Thank you Electra for being my ear
Bridging the heart to Shangri-la
And last, only few white steps to jump
La la la…