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Lifting the wings like the eagle.

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  1. 1. The room where she lays is dark. The sun had gone down, allready hours ago, when she fell asleep. Now she lays on the bed, under the dirty blanket. Breathing, respirating, the air is warm going out of her nose, and cold as she is inhaling fresh oxygen. Her stomach is moving underneath the old blanket made of a piece of filth. A flie that was sitting on her stomach, gets scared when the stomach moves slowly upwards, even though no sudden move has been made. The flie speeds up as it hurries away from the moving mountain. The dark room is cold and closed, and the door is locked. It is as if the girl is captured, with no way of getting out of the small space. Every window, and every door is locked. She would have been captured and unhappy, if she had been awake. But she is not awake. The girl is sleeping and dreaming a wonderful dream.
  2. 2. The girl is standing on a mountain top, with deep hills on every side. Other mountains are surrounding the mountain top on the other sides of the deep, deep hills. She looks around in every direction. She is captured on the mountain top, with no ability to get down, the hill is to steep on every side. She looks around again, there has to be a way to climb down. But she cant find a way to get down, and she does not remember how she got up there. She sits down, ready to give up, she looks down, and her underlips starts to shiver. She pushes her lips firmly together, and tries to be angry with herself, to avoid crying. "I´m not going to cry, I´m not going to cry," she silently whispers to herself. But one tear is pushing itself out of her right eyelid, as she blinks her eye in a desperate try of not giving in to the despair. As she blinks her eyes, several times, swallowing the lump in her throath she suddenly hears the sound of a pair of wings flapping carefully. She opens her eyes, lift her head and looks up towards the sky. An eagle was descending from beneath the mountain top, and flying in circles upwards towards the sky, before it saw a goal and flew away to one of the other mountain tops, disappearing in the horizon.
  3. 3. If the girl had more experience in life, the sudden appearance of the bird would have scared her, she would have thought it was hunting, and she was the bait. But she had never known any danger from any bird in her life, so she was freed from this kind of fears. She was only encouraged by the way the bird was getting away from the danger. She looked down on her own arms, "could she fly?" she asked herself. She heard the silent flapping of wings, and looked towards the horizon where the bird had disappeared. The bird was lifting and lowering its wings in a slowly flying dance, as it was getting closer to the girl standing all alone on the mountain top. The girl saw a hope, again, in the bird and started waving her arms, calling on the bird, crying out for the bird to get closer. The birds slowly dance, as it is getting closer and closer ends as it lower its clows towards her back, holding on to her sweather.
  4. 4. The bird lifts the girls and the she shouts out of joy, the bird carries the girl over the mountain tops and the girl is flying. She looks down on the green hills, and sees the nature flowing out wild as far as the eye can see. A sudden rush of joy fills the girl, as she realizes she is flying and she opens her mouth and shouts as loud as she can.
  5. 5. So loud that she wakes up and realizes that its not the bird that was carrying her. She opens her eyes and sees a man with a sticky short three day old baird, a green military pants and a winter jacket is grabbing her sweather by the back and carrying her outside of the little cabin. It would have been clompletely dark ouside, if it was not for the carefully lighting rays from the moon, stealing their way through the midnight. The moon is round, but not completely round, but it looks careless of what is about to happen. The man carries her around the cabin and she discovers that there is a little river behind the cabin. A little punt was tied towards a little brew, the man tossed her at the floor in the punt. "Lie here," he whispered in a not unfriendly manner.
  6. 6. The girl opens her eyes wider and looks at his face, which is not unfriendly. She realizes that the man might not be the enemy, but maybe a hope of escape. She looks towards his eyes, but its to dark to capture the expression of his inner being. He looks towards the cabin, behaving very quietly, before quickly loosening the rope that is binding the little boat towards the landside. He pushes the boat from shore before he gets quickly inside, taking the oars and starts to row in the silent water. The quiet sound from the oars pushing the boat step by step further away from the danger, makes her eyelids heavy, and she falls asleep again.
  7. 7. She discover that the bird has let her go, but she´s not falling towards the ground, her arms are moving, and she´s flying in the air as she´s lifting and lowering her arms gently in the wind. The fresh air is hitting her face as if she´s falling gently towards the ground, but the ground is not getting closer, she´s staying up in the air. She lets the wind guide her and she glides through the air, looking down on mountains, trees and lakes. Flying, gliding and enjoying herself. "How could I ever be afraid of flying?" She asks herself as she´s closing her eyes in delight.
  8. 8. When she opens them, the sun´s earliest bright clear light fills the day. She looks into a pair of deep eyes, with a worried expression reflecting the inner of his soul. "Are you okey?" He asks carefully. She nods her head, as she tries to get up from the lying position, as she sits up, she sees that they still are surrounded by forest, hills and waters. "Am I safe?" She asks as she looks into his eyes as if he is the redemption of all her worries. "You are safe," he says and his face lights up in a smile. His smile makes her relax and she smiles back at him, breathing out the warm air from her lounges. The air turn in to smoke in the cold fresh air, and flies upwards towards the sky.
  9. 9. She looks up after the disappearing fog and sees an eagle far up high in the sky. As the eagle sees the girl it cries out a cry of joy, and started to descend in circles towards a mountain. The man looks at the girl surprised: "It was as if the eagle reckognized you", he said looking deeply into her eyes. The girl turns away, looks after the bird, and says secretly: "Only God knows."
  10. 10. Credentials Richard Foster Nikkita Lewen Wikipedia Adil113

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