Tag: imagination

Dreamland

Have you ever had a story so vivid play out in your mind only to disappear once you start thinking about it? The story was so clear and masterful that I wanted to write it down, but in that instance, it’s gone… All I… Continue Reading “Dreamland”

Invisible Steps – Poem

Their steps can be heard all over the valley A thumping noise that makes the ground tally But only at full moon do they show, for they move in the darkness Even the ground hides their stroll Nobody had been hurt by their heavy… Continue Reading “Invisible Steps – Poem”

A Writer’s Illusion – Poem

A writer is mad for the stories he tell Worlds and people he conjure up, What else can one say? They go through life, Looking dimly into the unknown What do they find, That no one else is shown? © Christopher Stamfors

Senses Lost to Modernity – Poem

If you’ve read my last poem, Boundless mind, this might make more sense to you. As the mind is boundless, And anything can become real, Where do we draw the line between fantasy and reality? Things that exists in one person’s head might be fantasy to another… Continue Reading “Senses Lost to Modernity – Poem”

Boundless Mind – Poem

Be weary of your mind, For it is boundless. Seeing across dimensions And through time It cannot distinguish what is real And what is not At least, not on its own I’ve always found that our minds are more capable than we give them… Continue Reading “Boundless Mind – Poem”

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