Sunday, June 29, 2008

Sunday Scribblings - Vision

Faceted Mariner


Vision - what a great word to start from, so many directions in which to go, I'll have to see what comes when I follow my nose over this landscape or seascape if that's where I am.

I'm letting the words simply flow...

Visions are things of great value to the mystic and even more to the myopic.

Visions of the future, of the potential, of the possible drive many of us on.

Some say all you need to do to get something into your life is to visualise it clearly. But be warned sometimes wishes are granted... and if you visualise yourself having to climb lots of stairs to get there... you may well have to do just that.

Whilst asleep we have a different sort of vision, the sights, sounds and full virtual reality of dreams... did they ever really believe that dreams were in monochrome? Mine have always been in full colour... and I made sure when I heard that daft theory to name the colours to myself in my dreams to help me recall them clearly later...

Television... vision from a distance... no great feat of psychic performance required just that miracle of technology and electricity... but I've grown bored by the images that flicker on the box... I prefer to read or listen to the radio... the pictures really are so much better.

Vision... you look an absolute vision of delight, tonight, in the candlelight...

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hello Captain! There's a vision of Jack my Parrot in your photograph. Eye, eye!

merlinprincesse said...

Very cool idea! And I see Jack too! Hheheheheh!

Lirone said...

Interesting collection of different visions!

tinker said...

What a vision this is, Caroline - a double vision -- both the post and your captain's photo! I'm particularly smitten with his parrot!
And that closing line^ especially - just lovely~xo

*though I must confess, there is only the flickering light of the computer monitor here :)

Caroline said...

Anonymous - Jack gets everywhere doesn't he! Eye Sea.

MP - Well he must be there if you see him too - that or its a mass hallucination...

lirone - thank you!

Tinker - another one under the impression there is a parrot with my sea captain! Squawk!

Oh and thank you - I wasn't feeling all that good when I wrote but I posted it anyway... just to have a presence on my blog! And I'm feeling fine now thank you!

Guyana-Gyal said...

I know that this might sound like a cliche, but without it a nation can't go far. I see it here almost daily. To have too much of it in a place that doesn't have much can be painful.

I think you're on the right path here, focusing on the self and vision, that's the way to go. I feel refreshed.

Caroline said...

GG - Thank you for your insightful comment. ;-)