flail in a world unknown.
Giants with enormous eyes
gaze at the tiny spectacle--
with a myriad of faces.
He looks through unfocused eyes
with a quizzical awareness;
I love this from the baby's perspective. Brilliantly done!!Kathyhttp://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com
Thank you Kathy, it was a fun one to construct :-)
Nice play of point of view. LeePlaces I RememberWrote By RoteAn A to Z Co-host blog
Thank you Arlee.
Read this earlier today, and read it again due partially to the email prompt - loved it each time, and may need to read it once more as a result =]
Ah, the networked blogger sends emails. I like that for some of the blogs I follow The only hazard is that sometimes, I will read, and not respond. Not usually, but sometimes :-) Thanks t
That's really cute, a lovely bit of writing that captures so much in so few words.Dinohttp://dpfinnie.com
Thank you Dino, that objective seems to be one that I can grab a hold of easily.
Rock a bye baby...welcome to the world. ♥
I appreciate your comments, and constructive criticism is welcome!“To bring anything into your life, imagine that it's already there.”- Richard Bach