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Up Above The Sky

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Rina is a nature lover. She enjoys every moment spending her time on nature.

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Literacy of Up Above The Sky

Life is what makes you busy. It is the existence of an individual human being or animals. The biggest fear of human life and animals are dying.

No one can escape death. Everyone faces it. Make your life the most of it. Cherish every moment you have, whether it is good or bad. Because as the saying says, YOLO-you only lives once.

If you are struggling, don't hesitate to call for help. You may not know who is willing to help you, but for sure I know, there is one willing to. If you are depressed, don't be afraid to ask someone to talk. Because in life, you are not alone in your battle.

You may not know your purpose in life right now, but I know someday, you will know it. Finally, you will realize life is worth living for. Hold on. Don't give up and keep on moving.

Stanza by Stanza

Stanza by Stanza Meaning 

 

 

What’s the meaning! What’s the meaning! Life, I couldn’t find. Why, why, why? What have I done to suffer my mind?

The narrator has many questions formed in his mind in finding all the reasons to find his worth and fault to deal with all sorts of world cruelty.

Up above the sky, I wanted to fly, Not to skip life, But to learn how to survive.

The narrator is looking for reasons to continue living and seems he cannot find any one reason to. He doesn’t want to end his life despite it..

Is anybody out there? Why does no one hear? I keep calling, All I hear is the phone ringing.

In this stanza, the narrator wanted to survive and continue his life. He calls for help, hoping someone out there will hear him. But it seems no one is around.

Nobody cares me at all Am I dull? Why is no one there when I need them? I’m losing my self-esteem.

In the fourth line, the narrator wanted to say that he is now confused about himself. He started questioning himself, what’s wrong with him. Because of this, he loses his self-esteem to survive.

Oh, sky, sky, sky I want to fly, Freely Like a butterfly.

In the last stanza, all the narrator wants is to continue living and free worries like the butterfly flying above.

Calling to Survive

What’s the meaning! What’s the meaning!
Life, I couldn’t find.
Why, why, why?
What have I done to suffer my mind?

Up above the sky,
I wanted to fly,
Not to skip life,
But to learn how to survive.

Is anybody out there?
Why does no one hear?
I keep calling,
All I hear is the phone ringing.

Nobody cares me at all
Am I dull?
Why is no one there when I need them?
I’m losing my self-esteem.

Oh, sky, sky, sky
I want to fly,
Freely
Like a butterfly.





This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2020 Rina Grace

Comments

Rina Grace (author) from Philippines on September 17, 2020:

Hi. Thank you for the comment.

Prithviraj Shirole from India on September 16, 2020:

Wonderful read!