By Air, Land, and Sea

Through the sky I once soared,
A freedom I wish I cherished.
Never had I realized the beauty of the air,
Not until my ability of flight hath perished.

Now I run along the gentle soil,
Though my gaze lingers on the sky.
Still I maintain my sense of freedom,
But when I recall my wings I wonder why.

Soon I will be swimming relentlessly,
Diving further into unknown depths.
One day I will see the darkness turn to light,
Until finally my body gives my last breath.

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