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Earthly adventures
by susan l splaine

Tuesday, February 24, 2009
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I imagined life as a fortune journey, on my earthly adventures.

I found a sparkling fallen star.
I lost something precious to me.
My star did not fill in that gap in my life.
When morning broke the blue skies turned grey, and black clouds
I enclosed myself into a field for a few weeks.
There were trees with plenty of foilage for shelter and bearung fruit.
The storm blew down my tree.

Climbing hills could not get away from woorries and troubles.
Personal dilemmas and doubts troubled me - underwent pain and severe unhappiness.
Marshland walked across, became stuck in the mud
The river was large and stormy with clear waters.
It took a while but managed to find my back to dry territory.
Floated safely to shore because came to an expanse of water.

Green countryside surrounded me.Th
The landscape was a barren one without any trees or flowers.
I went through a dark sunless valley with cultivated fields in it.
There was not any shelter from the bitterly cold wind - despaired every time that it rained.

On occasion a pleasant light breeze blew against me.
My hands were cold and my legs were feeling cold.

walking down country lanes got frightening.
I felt the need for solitude and shelter.
The suns Light and rays were behind the thunderclouds.
Thunderstorms, flash lightining shortly turned day into night.
Thunder and lightning struck everywhere.
Everything struck by lightning - all the houses, mountains and hilltops.

It poured down with rain at night and during the day.
In the floods I managed to keep my head above water.
A man and woman came along and rescued me.
They enlist me getting out off the darkness back into the light.
My intentions will receive their own reward - desired to escape, craved new experiences.

I got onto a moored seaplane to earthly paradise.
Looking down from the seaplane window I could see shores of body of water.
It was a difficult conquest starting afresh and reforming myself.
I had considerable initiative.
I felt the need to recover some of the freshness and vitality, which had been missing from my life for so long.

The ocean was calm sailing across it - was not ablr to see the sunset rising in the east.
Clouds turned grey and the air went black.
The ocean became stormy when the horizon darkened.
I rowed my boat strongly and effortlessly.
I have initiative and imagination, desired greater self-knowledge.

Change and progressing will keep me happy.
A transition in my life was underway.
White clouds denoted inner contentment.
In the starlit night full moon glowed.
During the day suns rays beamed down on me.
Sky and air was clean and clear.

Deterioration in the weather brough grey stormy clouds.
A rainbow was not a sign of hope.
Throughout the day sunlight disappeared behind the clouds
At night the moon disappeared behind the clouds.

The grey skies denoted threatened misfortunes.

Stormy rain brought ne feelings of pain and depression.
Hail brought me sorrow and trouble.
Ice on the ground brought me physical and emotional coldness.
A transition took place when I crossed over the bridge.
Crossing from one phase of life to another I attained peace.
Made a major decision when came to a crossroads.

Pushed into a deep black hole did not stop me taking the journey I planned.
In a tunnel grey shadows hovered over me.
People were unfriendly.  I needed somebody to held a helping hand.
Suffering went on untill clambered out of a black hole..
This little chick learnt how to fly.
Flew like an eagle soaring in the sky.
Over the high seas, flew to a new destination like a flock of birds emigrating.
Like a hawk kept my eyes peeled on heights, targets, visions and aspirations.

Miles out of sight could see the mountain landscape.
The shining light flickered in the distance above the mountain.
On the summit saw animals, plants and trees, observed a landscape from a safe vantage point.
I made it through the isolation moments - sailed the storms.
The rough, rain, shine and weather condictions.

My health improved.
I pushed myself to move beyond the past and into the future.
I have good intellect and creativity - needed a new change in direction.
Wanted ambitions to fulfil and begin new relationships.
Pleasant landscapes, blossoming trees hold out the promise of gladness and growth.
Under the misty blue skies I searched for a new goal in life.

My life stopped moving but the world has not stopped turning.
I had gone for silver.
Always in second place in this rat race.
On the verge of a new beginning when came to the end of the road.
At night saw a silver star glowing in the purple sky, a full moon and the sunset.
Another dawning saw eagles soaring in the sky.

Over the ocean could see the sunset whilst standing on a bridge.
Hovering in the starlit night felt like a shadow.
A star twinkling above shined brightly then fell down.
when blown in my path the wind blew it from me.
My fallen star could not catch hold of it because was out of sight.
Spiritually I have been right beside my fallen star.
It is where I want to be, giving anything and everything.
I will always care, always be there.

In the far distance could see the mountain landscape getting closer.
The feeling of hope and positiveness overwhelmed me.
I wanted satisfaction and the comforts of a good life - felt stronger and healthier.

The suns rays beamed down on me from up above blue skies.
All of my bad luck stars broke -so ran up hilltops reaching for my good luck stars.
I will not look back in regard to my distance.
Do not want to enter new black periods - keep storm clouds at bay.

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