|Reviews for What NASA doesn't teach astronauts|
| felicia13 chapter 1 . 7/20/2009
I like this. It's like you've captured a lot of my feelings on this subject. I'd love to be able to fly (more specifically, I'd love to have wings), but I also love everything down here. Such contradiction! But I guess that's what makes us human.
My favorite lines are "The sky is beautiful, but there is a reason / Humans were not born with wings" and "Need we wish for the physical ability." The first is just a truism that I keep trying to accept, but haven't found the willpower to tell my courage to stop soaring through the clouds. The second is just a great grouping of words that struck something inside me.
Wonderful work. Sorry I've been absent as of late. I hope all is well.
| Aelux chapter 1 . 2/4/2008
Incredibly beautiful imagery, a little excessive at times, but beautiful none the less. This, along with it's smooth aesthetics captures a surreal truth as well, that the mind bears far more than the physical freedom within this physical reality. This was just a very exquisite piece, so much so that I HAD to comment. Well done.