Who wrote Welcome to society poem?
The poet Erin Hanson, who goes by E.H., wrote the poem “Welcome to Society”.
Who is Erin Hanson poetry?
Erin Hanson, is a 19 year old Australian poet, who wrote those now famous words, as part of a longer poem, when she was just 18. Impressed and intrigued by the fact that the words had been written by such a young mind, I sought out contact with Erin and asked her a few questions.
Who is eh poet?
Edward Harold Physick (20 July 1878 – 30 August 1972) was an English writer, known chiefly as a critic and authority on John Milton; also a poet and fantasy writer. He used the pseudonym E. H. Visiak from 1910.
What if I fall but what if you fly Erin Hanson?
The poem reads: “There is freedom waiting for you, On the breezes of the sky, And you ask “What if I fall?” Oh but my darling, What if you fly?” This poetry is used with permission by Erin Hanson. You can learn more about the poet at her website www.thepoeticunderground.com.
Who said what if I fall?
Erin Hanson, a 21-year-old poet from Australia, captured the world’s attention with her beautiful words: “There is freedom waiting for you, on the breezes of the sky. And you ask, “What if I fall?” Oh, but my darling, “What if you fly?”
What if I fail my darling What if you fly?
One of my all time favorite quotes is, “What if I Fall, Oh but my darling what if you fly.” It is incredibly meaningful to me personally because I constantly second guess my dreams and am always afraid to take chances.
What happens if I fall eh?
“-What if I fall? -Oh but darling, what if you fly? E.H.”
What does the quote if you fly mean?
We get scared. We fail. We get scared of failing, and we fall down from time to time – this scares us, too. But of this I‘m sure: we cannot allow the fear of falling to keep us from spreading our wings, getting out of our cushy cozy comfort zone, and allowing ourselves to fly (whatever “flying” means to you).