co•coon |kəˈkoōn|

a silky case spun by the larvae of many insects for protection as pupae. • a similar structure made by other animals. • a covering that prevents the corrosion of metal equipment. • something that envelops or surrounds, esp. in a protective or comforting way : the cocoon of her kimono | figurative a warm cocoon of love.

...the wonders of a cocoon ...the soft 
...protective... flexible...shield.....that 
wraps innocence until the wings gently push its 
way through the softness in order to stretch on 
its own the child is ready to 
become an adult......

the innocence of the soul needs the soft protection
as well as the strength of being able to
break through....

ad•o•les•cence |ˌadlˈesəns|

the period following the onset of puberty during which a young person develops from a child into an adult. ORIGIN late Middle English : from French, from Latin adolescentia, from adolescere ‘grow to maturity’ (see adolescent ).

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