Contemplations In Verse-Book TwoaLet your imagination run free and you can be whomever, whatever and wherever you may want to be through mystical flights of pure fancy. Have you ever thought what it would be like to be a polar bear living in the Arctic cold, a wolf in the wild, a tall, strong tree, a flower that blooms in the spring, a fine old house, a fluffy white cloud, a river flowing free, a barn on a farm, the weather and the wind, a planet in the sky, a clown in a circus, an Irish leprechaun, a guardian angel, a knight in shining armor, a quiet country lane, a mirror on the wall, a jolly old Christmas tree or a window to the world? We have, and now so can you. Take an imaginary trip and be, if only for a short span of time, any or all of the above. Step into a strange pair of shoes and see and feel how this imagined experience may perhaps have an influence on your ability to observe and better understand how other creatures perceive the world in which they live, and how certain familiar inanimate objects that we normally do not relate to as having a living existence may conceivably think and react, if they could, and what they might say if these unique events were possible. Give it a try. It may help open your eyes to another level of life's unexpected, unusual and enchanting experiences.... of green, Hopefully to make myself A camouflaged sight unseen, To visitors of Ireland s scenic scene, Blending in with whats in hetween, Reality and thoughts serene, Enhanced perhaps hy a hit of potato Poteen. And as a husy Leprechaun, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Contemplations in Verse - Book Two|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2002-02-01|