"Someone to fly away alongside?"?

Is it correct to say "I'm looking for someone to fly away alongside?"

If it's not, how can I rephrase this?

Thank you.

2 Answers

  • Mike
    Lv 7
    5 months ago

    I'm looking for someone to fly away with.

  • blank
    Lv 6
    5 months ago

    It is not really "wrong" to say "... to fly away alongside."   Although "fly away" denotes leaving, departing - possibly dying. 

    Might consider something like:

    I'm looking for someone to walk beside throughout life.


    I'm looking for someone to shelter and be sheltered by all of the trials of life.

    Ultimately - what ever you say, if it is sincere and comes from the heart - your meaning will be clear.  More importantly you want a phrase that not only speaks to you - but touches someone in kind.   So, "fly away" as you state - might just be a filter that helps you find that "one" heart with which to connect.

    Not sure I have helped at all, but hope so.

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