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Eagle and Dove - The Beginning:

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   Down and down he spiralled yet again as once more he started pumping frantically to gain some sort of control, hoping beyond hope to remain aloft and avoid the collision that had only been delayed at the Silbido pass. It was not to be. Luck had already laid her hand on the Eaglet that day and unfortunately there was no more available.
  Canana crashed into the solid ground with a sickening thud. A jolt of excruciating pain surged through his whole body, causing him to scream out in agony. As he lay there, his entire body seemed to be crying out with suffering and anguish. But he was alive and for that he could at least be thankful.
 As he lay among the rocks, his broken body screaming its painful torment, his mind was telling him to find some form of warmth and shelter, out of this crippling cold and more importantly, away from any predator that may be skulking around. Twice he attempted to stand, and twice he fell, both falls sending fresh waves of agony through his already tortured frame. Fighting off pain and an enfolding sense of darkness, Canana attempted to stand for the third time and succeeded only in toppling over a small embankment.
 
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Eagle and Dove - Of the Eagle & Dove

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animated eaglePart 4:  Of the Eagle & Dove

 

Chapter 1:  Ballad of the Eagle & Dove

Mystical valley, how still you now lie
Your river runs deep, with the tears you have cried.
What beauty and sadness lies buried within
Magical valley - what songs can you sing.

 

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Eagle and Dove - The Beginning:

Golden Eagle in flightsm-1The Beginning (page 2)

 
Realising that this was maybe not exactly the best way to go about things, she softened her mood.
  "Look, I know that at this moment you are both hungry and worried, but this is no reason to be so angry and impatient. Your feathers have not even developed enough yet to keep you warm outside the nest. You are my brother, and I love you too much to allow you to attempt this foolishness."
  "At least I must thank you for those few kind words," he replied, "but it will take more than a few words to stop me now."
As Canana finished his message, he once more hopped towards the eyrie edge. With a final look of defiance, and just maybe a little fear, he spread his wings to their full width, leaped from the nest and took to the air.
  Sabino screamed and in desperation threw herself to the sedge of their nest to try and prevent his leap. Alas, it was too late.
  As she reached the eyries edge, she saw her brother plummeting down the mountain side, his wings flapping wildly in a futile attempt to gain control. But Sabino realised that it was a futile attempt. Canana had been caught by a treacherous down draught over which he had no control, and it was bearing him ever further down the mountain and away from the nest.
  Sabino looked down in desolation, her eyes taking on a misty hue, as if tears would like to form. She had lost sight of Canana, and knew he would never be able to control his descent. He would be smashed against the mountain wall, or end up a broken mess of feather and blood on the valley floor. Whatever his end, she knew her brother was gone forever.
 
 

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Eagle and Dove - Of those that will be free

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PART 1. Of Those that will be free

Chapter 1: Ballad of the Gypsies

 

Old Gypsy song usually sung with background music of violins and flutes. 

 

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Eagle and Dove - Ancient Friends and Foes

golden eaglePART 2. Ancient friends and foes

 

Chapter 1: Ballad of the Eagles

( A traditional Gypsy song in praise of eagles, natures way and freedom )

 

Fly Eagle fly, take the sky
Let the wind wild and free,
feel your strength as you take the air
the king of grace, he has no care.

 
 
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