Once upon a time a girl sighed.
She didn’t want to do what her mum told her…
Get ready for school!
Eat your breakfast now!
Go and brush your teeth!
She wanted to stare at the amber glow of the fire
And wonder at its warmth,
Appreciating the cold pockets of air
Here and there
Instead of the uniform blanket heat
She thought would be there.
She wondered why,
Her favourite question,
And began to imagine
Little holes in the air
And what that might look like
If air had colour.
But her mum interrupted
Her flow of thoughts
With her demands and instructions
So she sighed and complied.
But she never stopped daydreaming
Even at school.
As the maths teacher
Spoke of equations that bored her,
She looked out the window
At the rolling hills
And wondered about weather
And what it would be like
If wind had colour
Although she could already see
The long term effects on trees.
She wanted to gaze as
Different coloured particles
Whinnied and whirled
And danced and floated
Around each other,
Showing the shapes of
Wind turrets that birds glide on,
Building castles in the sky
And she almost began to see it when
“Julia! Stop daydreaming!”
Same command, different person.
Why were they so attached to their rules?
She sighed and dragged her mind
To the complicated array of problems to solve.
Was this you when you were a child?
Do you still follow the rules when you could be creating your own way?
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