Kites are made out of paper, wood, and string, materials which are not very strong on their own.
Kites are held by strings that are let out gradually, guided by someone bigger than the kite.
Without wind pounding them around, kites are just pieces of paper.
Kites fall to the ground a few times before they fly.
Kites come in all designs, colors, and sizes, yet all of them can fly.
Kites pivot around the person holding the strings — nothing revolves around them.
Kites are tangled miserably after only one encounter with a feisty tree.
Kites have a long journey up, but once they soar, their colors can be seen from afar.