Poetry/Art -  The Wild Blue Yonder 4 the space shuttle (91 views) Notify me whenever anyone posts in this discussion.Subscribe
From: SeaCoyote (A_Seagoddess) DelphiPlus Member Icon2/2/03 6:15 PM 
To: All  (1 of 4) 
Where is Tarty???
The Wild Blue Yonder
Chubby fingers, paper airplanes
dreams of far away,
Birthday candle wishes
of hoping that someday
You could be a hero
in the wilderness of sky
be joyfully amazed on
 Apollo's golden chariot ride.
How you'd daydream for hours
of what it might be like
In that blue beyond the wild birds
who inspired you with their flight.
Finally, with fate and courage
You searched beyond the blue
giving us hope with the joy you shared
till we tragically lost all of you.
We'll dry our tears in knowledge
Your dream was to discover.
In our hearts you'll stay heros
As you soar the wild blue yonder.
written Feb 1  © by Noel Cielo
Prayers and love to the families, and prayers of peace for the world.
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From: PhilH (philh1985) DelphiPlus Member Icon2/2/03 10:33 PM 
To: SeaCoyote (A_Seagoddess) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (2 of 4) 
 8185.2 in reply to 8185.1 
It was a very bad day yesterday. We lost some very good people who were true heroes. As with the shutdown after Challenger, we need to be sure the world and the governments know that we MUST go on, or their bravery and sacrifice will have been in vain. The Baen Books website set up a beautiful page with the lyrics of a song that you might want to see. It is at http://www.baen.com/green_hills_of_earth.htm if you would like to see it.

May God(dess) bless them all, and give strength to their loved ones.



From: SeaCoyote (A_Seagoddess) DelphiPlus Member Icon2/3/03 3:55 AM 
To: PhilH (philh1985) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (3 of 4) 
 8185.3 in reply to 8185.2 

This is how I feel...these are true heros...they work for all mankind...

thanks Phil! ;)  Aloha


From: Saffire (SAFFIREM)2/7/03 12:36 PM 
To: SeaCoyote (A_Seagoddess) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (4 of 4) 
 8185.4 in reply to 8185.1 
That was beautiful Noel *sniff sniff* ... thanks for sharing.

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