(Gleeman’s real life interpretation about his first flight take-off experience*)
When the deers of the forest jump hither and tither to escape the vicious vicinity now occupied by the savage beasts of the carnivorous appetite, my excitement trebles when I witness the wild hunt devoted by the species of nature. With time I learnt to walk along with the wolves, but the gears of my legs prohibited me to perform vehement actions my legs could have provided. But then, whilst sleeping amongst the wilderness of tropical sanctuary, beneath the starry sky with glittering hopes of my ascension towards them, a twig broke beneath a heavy footstep.
Out of the dwindling illumination of glowworms, there appeared a silhouette of a horse. It sneezed out the pollens from the nearby wildflowers blooming against the violence of the drought. Betrayed by my legs, the presence of an arduous creature loved by many humans struck me with panic and hypnosis. Soon the glowworms scattered away by the sneeze of the mighty horse creature followed by a total absence of light that acquired the area. Out of blue, as if mocking my disability, it walked towards me showing much vanity about its majestic body that shone silver under the stars of the universe. I assisted my impaired body with a spear and lifted up my fragile self. The horse creature stopped and snapped yet another twig under its hoof and presented me an appearance that will linger in my mind till death. With the glowworms back again, nestling around the long shoots of grass; enjoying the mist of the atmosphere, the horse creature shifted itself, revealing wide flock of feathers around its shoulders, shooting the tip of the wings up at the sky. ‘Fly, because one cannot run places beyond the compositions of water.’ Occurred an echo from the heavens. And like a madman, caring not much about the consequences, I flew away.
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