Wednesday, June 17, 2015

The Depths of Imagination




Bobby filled a pail with water.

Plunging a fishing line within its depths,

he waited,

proudly proclaiming he was fishing. 

Worried, friends feared for his sanity. 

His mother realized his imagination encompassed infinity.

Fathoms of vibrant fantasies to capture, investigate, and explore.







44 comments:

  1. Oh, yes, Kathy! The fantastic, endless power of imagination. Just love this!

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    1. Martha, I am so pleased you liked it! Thanks so much for stopping by and for your sweet comments! ♥

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  2. Bobby's mom knows the best. Beautifully written Kathy.

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    1. Kalpana, I am so pleased you enjoyed it! Thanks so much for stopping by and for your sweet comments! ♥

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  3. Lovely tribute to imagination.

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    1. cynk, thank you so much for stopping by and for your sweet comments! I am so pleased you liked it! ♥

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  4. Imagination is a wonderful thing!

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    1. Laurel, it sure is! Thanks so much for stopping by and for your sweet comments! ♥

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  5. A vivid imagination is the herald of the only child. :)

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    1. JoJo, a vivid imagination is an awesome gift for anyone! Thanks for stopping by and for your comments! ♥

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    1. Pat, It truly can. It can make all the difference in the world! Thank you so much for stopping by and for your sweet comments! ♥

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  7. Oh you stole my heart with this post

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    1. Ruby, I am so pleased you enjoyed it. Thanks so much for stopping by and for your sweet comments! ♥

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  8. A sweet story about imagination fueled by the desire to fish. I hope it kept him busy and entertained for awhile! :) <3

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    1. elly, I am so pleased you liked it! Thanks so much for stopping by and for your sweet comments! ♥

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  9. Yes imagination can take flight and make us do seemingly crazy things. A neat little post.

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    1. Rachna, I am so pleased you enjoyed it! Thanks so much for stopping by and for your sweet comments! ♥

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  10. As long as it retains hope an imagination is much better than thousand realities....lovely post!

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    1. Sheela, I agree completely! Thanks so much for stopping by and for your sweet comments! ♥

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  11. Let the imagination run wild and care not for the world :)

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    1. Nabanita, I think a person loses more and more of their imagination the older they get and the more they learn about the world we live in. It is harder to imagine all the pain, hate, and sadness away. Thank you for stopping by to read and for your sweet comments! ♥

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  12. Imagination can take you places and mothers are always right! :-)

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    1. Uma, yes they are! Imagination is the best thing in the world. Thank you so much for stopping by and for your sweet comments! ♥

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  13. that's cute :) a little bit of imagination ain't that bad :)

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    1. Rajlakshmi, I am so pleased you liked it! Thanks so much for stopping by and for your sweet comments! ♥

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  14. Sensible mother! Very rare! And lucky for Bobby!

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    1. Chicky, Thanks so much for stopping by to read my story and for your sweet comments! I am so pleased you enjoyed it. ♥

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  15. Imagination can take you to places you haven't been. It's the best thing ever! :)

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    1. Sanch, It surely can! Thanks so much for stopping by and for your sweet comments! ♥

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  16. That's the power of imagination. I must relearn how to have an imagination like children

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    1. Jasbir, me too! I think the cynic in me has killed it at times. Thanks for stopping by and for your sweet comments! ♥

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  17. Love every word.Powerful imagery and imagination, Kathy:)

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    1. vishalbheeroo, I am so pleased you liked it! Your kind comments made me smile! Thanks so much for stopping by and for your sweet comments! ♥

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  18. Beautiful.. enjoyed this one! Somehow, in my previous attempts, I was not able to open your blog. Now that it does.. i will be back for more.

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    1. Ls, I am so pleased you enjoyed it! Thanks so much for stopping by and for your sweet comments! ♥

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  19. Lovely! It's true that stories of imagination tend to upset those without one!

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    1. Shilpa, LOL I never really thought about it that way! Thanks so much for the giggle! Thanks for stopping by to read and for your sweet comments! I am so pleased you liked it.♥

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    1. payal, I am so pleased you liked it! Thanks so much for stopping by and for your sweet comments! ♥

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  21. Only a Mom, can see beyond what is actual! Lovely.

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    1. Ajay, I am so pleased you liked it! Thanks so much for stopping by and for your sweet comments! ♥

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  22. Great story! The best part of imagination is that there are no actual fish to clean :) My younger son enjoys fishing and I'm secretly thrilled when he doesn't catch anything!

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    1. jannatwrites, yeah I don't think I could actually touch a real fish...ewww! Thanks so much for stopping by to read and for your lovely comments. I am so happy you liked my little story! ♥

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