You cannot capture a dream until you reach for it.

WHISPER of MAGIC

magical-sunset-marina-likholat by Karen Elizabeth Rigley

Magic exists. It’s not just in the pages of story in once upon a time or happily ever after, sparking imagination of riding upon wings of a dragon, finding leprechaun gold or chasing a unicorn.

Every day magic surrounds us. Hear it in the whisper of butterfly wings, the snick of a door at midnight or the sigh of a baby dreaming. Discover magic in communications at your fingertips, the glory of a sunset or music that lifts your heart. Revel in the magic of a kiss, the purr of a kitten, or the timely call of a friend when you’re feeling blue. Savor a pine-scented breeze or ocean waves swishing your toes, or share wonder through a child’s eyes.

Our world teems with magic – we only must look for it. I wish you magic!

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Comments on: "WHISPER of MAGIC" (4)

  1. Wonderful posting about magic being everywhere. We writers tend to use the everyday magic and turn it into stories that hopefully will bring a little magic into someone’s life. E :-)

    Elysabeth Eldering
    Author of Finally Home, a Kelly Watson middle grade/YA mystery

    http://elysabethsstories.blogspot.com

    http://eeldering.weebly.com

  2. Lynda Hartson said:

    Great post about magic~~ Now if we can stop for just a minute and let the magic happen, we won’t miss it !
    Plus, as written above, you awesome writers DO capture magic and share with the rest of us and I for one, REALLY appreciate you!!!

    • Lynda, there’s so much magic in the world, but as you say we must stop & pause to see & appreciate it. When I was a child I saw magic in the clouds, a hummingbird hovering above a flower & the irrridescent wings of a dragonfly. As I grew I added the music of canyon breezes fluttering the trees, lightning flashes across the sky as distant thunder crashed closer. Then later witness magic in the kindness of a stranger, the trusting eyes of a baby, healing power of laughter, faith and love.

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