Flight is borne when wings dance upon the invisible…when they embrace the open air as their partner…and that lyrical movement has the power to move your soul. If God gave such power to birds to affect the soul, I think He gave much more to mankind. And if mankind wields this powerful gift of lyrical movement through the written and spoken words, then it should be used for good as well as to honour the one who gave the gift to start with. That is what this book conveys.
And every time a bird is born, it doesn’t really live until its wings have taken flight. Then it knows what it has been born for. It’s like a bird is born twice; the first time upon its feet, and the second, upon its wings. I too had to be born again. And I pray that the gift of poetry which God has given me, that I have used to author this book, may be used to introduce you to the one who is the Author of all things. And that you may learn to look to Him, who the Bible speaks of this way: “Looking to Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne of God.” (KJVER)