Seagul eye

Written by K.S. Fellow

The Seagull Eye

Lendrepparttar cut to purgerepparttar 144287 mind, lendrepparttar 144288 burning tongue that binds. Chatter off likerepparttar 144289 seagulls who mock and scrounge, who never shut their beaks till sustenance is found. Leaverepparttar 144290 bits of hard bread forrepparttar 144291 pests to find, leaverepparttar 144292 jam and turkey forrepparttar 144293 silent man confound to his thoughts of past whatrepparttar 144294 birds have seen. Seagulls may have seenrepparttar 144295 great lands as they have flown, as they experiencerepparttar 144296 grand feeling of flight. Thoughrepparttar 144297 ground bound man has never traveled nor flown he has known much more though he be old and worn. A bird has no insight to enjoy what they see, they have no imagination to loverepparttar 144298 places they go. The man has dreamed greater places thenrepparttar 144299 birds will every know, and has flown far higher thenrepparttar 144300 birds could ever hope to be. Letrepparttar 144301 streaks of white berepparttar 144302 speed offrepparttar 144303 fat seagull, and letrepparttar 144304 silent man sit soundly still onrepparttar 144305 sand.

Road Rider's Dreams

Written by K.S. Fellow

Mythology info... Road Riderís Dreams:

Deep inrepparttar frothy maze, of swirling mist and country haze. Low down in ditches that pinchrepparttar 144286 desolate swarthy roads, whererepparttar 144287 night air flows withrepparttar 144288 humming tongues of hidden crickets and low spying toads. No, one knows, ofrepparttar 144289 things that creep on feet ofrepparttar 144290 road riderís dreams. In apparition like sweeps, amongrepparttar 144291 dark spindle trees, long dark coats and hats and

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