She; lost in odyssey

Thursday, October 20, 2011
There are some people who live in a dream world, and there are some who face reality; and then there are those who turn one into the other.” ~Douglas H. Everett~
Gazing out of the airplane window and fixing her eyes on the place where the big blue sea and the cloudy sky becomes one, she let her mind wander. And in that moment where neither responsibilities nor duties could interrupt, she sank away in daydreams.
She daydreamed of the unspoken and of the truths that lie in the desires that lingered in the deepest, darkest corners of the heart. She dreamed of what the human eye can’t perceive and that which, not even the mind of the person sitting so close to her on this airplane, could fathom.
There, on the plane back home, she let her imagination, her heart and all the wildest, prohibited and unpronounced feelings merge into one. Mix into a concoction which painted colorful imageries and produced a movie....tantalizing into an unspoken ecstasy.
Separate from all the overwhelming, some of these dreams perturbed her somewhere in her deepest ...  How do they do it?  How could dreams sometimes seem so perfect and yet so impossible at the same time?
It would be the norm to simply encourage herself to pursue her dreams; to fight and steadily push and persevere until she reaches that which made her heart go wild.
But what if all this dreaming was nothing but a mirage?
She rests her chin on the palm of her hand and still gazing out of the window, with teary eyes, she sighs.
Perhaps it’s sane to simply leave these dreams be whatever they now were...nothing but an illusion.
As the plane touched firm land she mentally forced herself to do the same. And as soon as she stood up from this chair that has just offered her more than simply a physical voyage, she plastered a smile on her face. And with that plastered smile she meant to unplug the connection between her expressions and the cataclysm inside. ‘Cause no matter how hard she was trying, the effect of the dreams and the questions they brought up, still weren’t ready to dissipate.


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