I saw it. Clearly. And then it was gone.

A white fluffy rabbit jumped over the sun and suddenly became a reindeer.

Did you see that? Did you see?

There is so much I see that goes unseen.

When I look at the gnarled bark of a tree, a wrinkled old man always peers back at me.

A receding dance of spilt water on the table always leaves an anaconda in it’s wake

When the rain is splattering the windshield relentlessly, a liquid fireworks display breaks out in front of my eyes.

Just the other day I saw a battle unfold at the bottom of my cereal bowl.

With rebellious flakes of corn battling the elements on tides of tumultuous milk.

The tree behind my house, billowing in the breeze often guides me with its big leafy hand, when I find myself heading in no particular direction.

Coffee stains on important pages, so dramatic, so decisive, yet depicting myriad scenes from day to day life.

Do they find me or am I looking for them?

Isint it ironical though?

There are no boundaries to the imagination, in a world defined by them.

  1. May 29, 2016 - Reply

    I love the touch of childhood imagination, of whimsicality, of mystery. Life is so much nicer when we leave room for just a little magic.
    I’d love for you to check out my newest blog post, “Imminent Rain”. If you have any feedback, please let me know, and I hope you’ll consider following!

    • May 29, 2016 - Reply


      Thanks so much for your kind words. I will surely check out your blog and share my feedback:-)

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