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In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “A Storybook Day.”

Reading a lot of Enid Blyton’s books and Hans Andersen’s Fairy Tales as a child helped to form an imaginary World where everything was possible in my developing mind and since I have fancied myself as quite an actress, I simply cannot allow such an opportunity to amend some wrongs and settle scores go away.

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Disneyland (Paris)

– Few weeks ago decision was made and we drove to the land where wild hearts stays young for ever. – 

Entering trough the doors of this castle imagination started wrapping around.

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Chapter 1 - THE CHILDREN

Before the time of the Great Dawn, The Mother and The Father were the Exìl’r, the Great Expanse. The eternal Mother guarded the Psà 5,910 more words

I Want To Live In Pinterest!

Admittedly as I write this post I am coming from a less than optimal time in my life. Also throughout my life I have been known to daydream or wish for things to be somewhat closer to perfect than they actually are as an escape during difficult times. 352 more words


A Poet

Standing out from the crowd
Being crazy and happy makes him proud
All he need is a pen, paper to frame anything- from octave sestet to ballad… 183 more words


Good readings - Briefing for a descend into hell by Doris Lessing

The book written as an imaginary world of a lost mind, brings subtly in discussion recurrent themes of violence, humans careless for their surroundings, lack of tolerance and of reality anchors. 77 more words


Tomas Tranströmer’s Childhood Worldplay

My book, Inventing Imaginary Worlds, includes a “Childhood Worldplay List” of sixty or so individuals, ranging from Charlotte Brontë to MacArthur Fellow Laura Otis. As I indicate there, “I fully expect additional examples to come to light.” Here I suggest that Tomas Tranströmer, Nobel laureate in Literature (2011), also engaged in complex imaginative play that qualifies as imaginary world invention. 618 more words