Six Degrees – Lost


Six Degrees – Lost



Paula has given us this new challenge, called Six Degrees. We are to connect six things together in some way using whatever form we want, such as poems, TV shows, movies, and books.

Sounded fun to try, and this is my attempt. It was harder than it looked at first glance. Hope this works. Enjoy!

To give this challenge a try, and to see other entries, just click the above link. Thanks for the fun, Paula! 🙂


This book, “The Lost”, by Sarah Beth Durst, is about a woman who drives off into the desert and gets lost in a strange other worldly place.



This is sort of the same thing with this TV series, “Lost”, except these people are on an airplane that crashes on a lost island, where strange other worldly things happen. It stars Matthew Fox.


Now this song, “Sky Pilot”,  by Eric Burdon & the Animals, shows airplanes and helicopters, and war. The sky pilots are the chaplains who try to give hope and solace to the soldiers, and maybe save them, at least from despair. This may be what the people of the island in “Lost” need to get out of this weird world they’ve found themselves in.


The passengers of “Lost” divide up into different factions, with disagreements, and fighting. Some don’t like the Matthew Fox character being the leader, so could be he’s on the run, and that’s where this song ties in?

“Fox on the Run”, by Sweet.


The characters hope and pray for rescue and an end to the fighting and hopelessness of their situation on the island.

Jewel sings, “Who Will Save Your Soul”.


Are the people on the lost island real, or is it all in their imagination … or maybe a parallel universe they find themselves in. Only time will tell. In the meantime they are, as the title of this (my favorite book) shows, they are “Lost Souls” (by Poppy Z. Brite).


Thanks for visiting! Peace ☮️

© 2020 BS


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