Innocence

fairies are not wallflowers

or pages in a story book

they enter my dreams

wordlessly

expanding realms of thought

merging worlds

finding probability

between

possible and impossible.

they come back

every time I see

unexpected success

victory of the good

but most of the time

I think –

Why did the storywriters

choose to

lollygag my innocence?

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20 thoughts on “Innocence

  1. Oh, my! Reena, this is brilliant – one of your best! I love how you ended the piece with a question. As storytellers mold their characters, the end results are for the reader to interpret. A compelling and continuing story can draw the reader’s interest for an unlimited period of time thus a better option for the storyteller.

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  2. kaykuala

    Why did the storywriters
    choose to lollygag my innocence?

    Writers and poets always present a challenge to test how readers had understood and appreciated their presentations. It is a measure of encouragement to them to continue!

    Hank

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    1. Thanks for bringing this to my notice. I tried to share it, and saw the message. I need to check out what is happening, and find a solution. In fact, I am restricting access again.

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    2. There is a problem in sharing any WordPress blog on FB. Looks like FB algorithms have blocked access. This is what I came across on WP support

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