How does a bird fly? How does a butterfly fly? Is it enough to have wings? How about the airplanes – how do they fly?
Sunday Scribbling’s prompt this week is “WINGS”. I can’t help but associate WINGS with flying. It is possible to fly without wings? Are having wings enough to enable a creature or a thing to fly?
In my limited mind, I would say that having wings does not cause a thing to fly. The air beneath the wings "enables" it to do so. And with this simple explanation a verse from a song came to mind:
Did you ever know that you're my hero,
and everything I would like to be?
I can fly higher than an eagle,
for you are the wind beneath my wings.
I can fly …fly…because I have my family and friends as winds beneath my wings….
For a more creative scribbling on WINGS, go to Sunday Scribblings.