let's fly By Poleteli Anna


By (author): Poleteli Anna

Title: let's fly

Subtitle: Боль. Мысль. Невесомость. | Pain. Thought. Weightlessness.


Once there was a girl named Fly

Who lived in an underwater world, oh my!

With Jacques Yves Cousteau by her side

She couldn't help but want to glide


She wore a small hat and a small mirror too

And dreamed of flying just like a fish would do

One day she found herself at the Hermitage

Where she saw portraits of all the kings, what a great privilege 


But what caught her eye was the fire extinguisher in the hall

Of the emperor's palace, oh how she had a ball

She watched in awe as Marc Chagall flew

And she too wanted to fly, oh how she yearned to


She saw posters of Yuri Gagarin in the sky

And knew she had to fly up high and say goodbye

To her underwater world, at least for a while

To fly through space and see it all, to go the extra mile


But when she saw how broken the earth had become

She knew she had to go back and be the fixer, to overcome

The damage that had been done, with tape in hand

She went back and healed the earth, her mission grande


ISBN: 978-1-915600-47-9

Book language: English

Publishing house: Snap Collective Paris

Publication date: 5/07/2023

Website: www.snap-collective.com

Number of pages: 144

Category: Photography

Keywords: contemporary art, character, portrait, fashion, colours, nature, construction, conceptual, storytelling

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