If I could fly . . .
Even the imagination of having wings is carrying me to the world of fantasy. It seems, I’m a wonderful part of the heavenly world, being admired by all my friendly creatures on the earth.
If I could fly, I would race with the birds, the flight of which had always been wondered by me. I would get inspired by the regular flock, and then aim at challenging the world’s fastest bird – ‘Peregrine Falcon’. I would make new strange friends in the air. I would be-friend a humming bird and check out whether it’s as small as read!
Nevertheless, I would make my favourite bird, ‘The African Grey Parrot’ as one of my best companion in the sky, who is known to be ‘the perfect mix of brain and beauty’. I would compare my vocabulary knowledge with his and would share it, as knowledge increases by sharing and spreading!
This is just a start! I would be desperate to explore the celestial world of the universe. I would visit all the planets and classify them according to their composition. I would check whether the terrestrial planets such as Mercury, Venus and Mars, like Earth, have solid rocky surfaces, and why other planets like Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are called gas giants!
I would fly over the clouds and see how water accumulates there. I would also find how a ‘rainbow’ is formed after the rain. I would slide over it to have fun, and play various tricks, because ‘All work and no fun makes Jack a dull boy!’
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I would see the rotational process and the revolutionary process of my planet, which causes not only days and nights, but also seasons. I would study and find out the real causes of ‘Global Warming’ on the earth, and would invent some new methods to stop it, which would be acceptable and easy to man.
I think, I would be the youngest astronomer, not trained or learned, but gifted and ambitious, who would reach the space, and invent various facts and remedies to enable mankind live more peacefully, prosperously and luxuriously!