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dreaming of....a universal sky?

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i thought, that once you start to travelling by ur self, u can get used to the different skys all around d the world..but, i`m afraid is not like this.
it doesn`t matter where you are, with who u are, what r u visiting, there`s always something different in the air to make the sky changes. Trust me! u`r walking down in to a shopping and crowded street, full of people and it really looks like the same one u used to go with ur frineds after school in ur home town:same shops, year by year, same people buying always the same things, same christmas lights, same decorations on the walking side trees...but then, u look uo, just a little bit up of ur head and u feel THAT! it could b a smell (or a stink), a different range of the sky`s blue or the shade of a cloud u never seen before, but whatever it is, has the power to make u move ur feeling from the top of the excitement to where the tears born.
I can feel it, sometimes like a slap on my face just to remind me how different can be the sky and the places underneath it, but it even comes like a lullaby, taking my thoughts back to my own country to the people i met and the places i grew up in.
It`s amazing how the sky can change things, cover lands and reach the people heart..but still..there`s this melancholy side of "him" that everyone in the centuries have felt, and it wll b felt forever.
there is no chance for us to think that the sky who`S grabbing the the Mount Fuji now, is the same who`s pulling up the sun in Europe...but it really is the same, even if it`s hard to make ourselves confortable with this thought!
THe world has just 1 sky, but we know that is not universal..and maybe, it`sa better in this way.

Posted by andina 18:21 Archived in Japan

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