Wednesday, November 3, 2010

A Tangent From The Observer

Hey guys! I know it's been a while since Caroline last introduced me on the blog... but things have been pretty hectic lately. caugh caugh... college applications and senior year of high school... caugh caugh. But hey, I am here now, typing away for all you My Journey to Neverland blog lovers. Please... Enjoy:)

To be powerful and to be safe is great. As Bob Marley would say, “No worries.” To feel invincible, to feel superior, and to feel like you were a steel fence is something that everyone strives to feel. Yet what if you were the railroad track that goes unnoticed behind the metal that’s called a hero? What if you were left to be walked all over by uncaring people? That high and mighty fence just stares at you with a hint of a smile that says, “I’m better than you.” It’s always protecting and always watching. You, on the other hand, just wait. The fence catches wary pedestrians from falling. Yet, you listen for the rumble of a train and feel for the touch of a curious butterfly. Somehow, I would rather be the unnoticed set of railroad tracks than the all mighty fence.
Liz Danon


  1. Liz, you have a beautiful way with pictures and words. There is poetry in your prose. Wonderful!

  2. Caroline I just saw your note on my site. I had to make it private as I was getting so much spam. Also, we have not activated a new round so you didn't do anything wrong. So sorry about your sister.

  3. I love the post! the use of poetic imagery...well done...

    I am but the lowly dirt the tracks and fence rest upon!

    ciao bella

    Creative CArmelinA

  4. hey this is Liz! I just wanted to thank you guys for your comments! Your support truly helps:) thank you

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