Poem: To My Magnificent Inner Child – Litebeing’s Magnificent Challenge

Joining in Litebeing’s Magnificent Challenge

There is this
magnificent
child in me

When it
starts
to laugh
all my

burdens
suddenly
lift
like they
never existed,

I immediately
expand
out of my
shrinking
pattern
being the
open minded
me again

Sometimes
it even dares
to benevolently
chuckle at
me for
taking things
too seriously.
Oh, how
good
it feels,
this bubbly
belly laughter
for the absurdity
of it all.

Energies
flow freely
again
and I am
one with
the now
enjoying
the magic
of heart fun.

 

– Deelia ©

 

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Poem: Double Nap

 

Once I
had a nap
so deep that
before
waking up
in this
dimension
here,
I needed to
wake myself
up in
an other
dimension
at first.

What did I
see in sleep
in that other
dimension
I do not
know.
Maybe I
picked odd
horn shaped
flowers
on a green
planet
I once
dreamed of.


– Deelia ©

 

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Poem: Fireworks

 

Behind
the fence
a neighbor´s
grandchild
is gasping
an enchanted
woooooooow
over and over
again
to each set
of fireworks
exploding
in the sky.

I chuckle
inside,
thanking
the child
for her
exquisite
reminder
of the magic
of awe
and
wonder.

The star child
in all of
us.


– Deelia ©

 

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7 Tips to Dating a Fairy

Laughing out loud. Maybe you, too. Thanks, Charles Yallowitz!

Legends of Windemere

Crysta and Zak from FernGully Crysta and Zak from FernGully

To make a Feykin, you need a fairy.  That’s just biology or some type of science that makes people blush during the slideshow.  So, what do you need to know when you start dating a fairy?

  1. Watch where you step and sit.  Also, don’t swat at what you think is a bug unless you’re sure it’s a bug.  Might want to hide all flyswatters and sell your Pikachu-shaped bug zapper.  This only goes for the small fairies, but smashing your date would put a crimp in the relationship.
  2. Never carve your initials into a tree in order to impress a dryad.  She probably knows the tree very well and will become enraged that you mutilated her friend.  The addition of a heart will only make things worse, so best to leave the pocketknife at home.  Either that or ask her if there are any trees she…

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