Unmagical magic

The children love to read stories of magic.

And the children’s imaginations is then given

This one, condensed word that excitedly widens the

Eyes, but doesn’t quite capture the

tangling of the starry nebulae hidden in their little jittering dendrites,

sparking with electrified impulses of action, powerocketing

from a secret fissioning storymaker in the children’s’ brain,

to beyond

the lacklustre, homogeneous and isotropic universe.

For the magic these children read

is created by grown-ups, many of which do not believe in magic at all.

Day 1: Magic



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