Return to Innocence
I love the song, Christmas Through Your Eyes, because it reminds me to look at the world with a child’s eyes.
With a child’s eyes there are no deadlines or the future to think about.
With a child’s eyes, there is time to chase after the tiny winged faries of the dandelion’s puffed ball as they fly to new worlds.
With a child’s eyes, an ant crossing a stream on a leaf is an adventure.
With a child’s eyes, a single snowflake has the power to light the world.
Let’s fly “to the second star on the right and straight on to morning” and return to a time of innocence.
“Who is that blond child laughing as he runs after his colored marbles? [my marbles]
And who is the poet writing this poem?
That blond child who laughed as he ran after his colored marbles”
― Pierre Albert-Birot, The Cubist Poets in Paris: An Anthology
Till next time, Elizbeth
Thanks to the folks who brought us the A to Z Challenge.
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