Let Your Imagination Fly

Let your imagination fly

Outwards and upwards,

Far away from where you are enclosed within four walls.

Let your imagination fly

To wide open fields and moments of joy;

Or to mysterious spaces filled with excitement and adventure.

Let your imagination fly

So your soul can be free

From the worries of everyday concerns.

Let your imagination fly

So you can dream, plan, and achieve.

Let your imagination fly.

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2013

What do you do to help your imagination fly?


(This post was inspired by this week’s  Five Minute Friday prompt)

 

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45 thoughts on “Let Your Imagination Fly

  1. Dear Colline
    Oh, this is your most beautiful Five Minute Friday yet! I can identify so much with this flying for due to my chronic illness I am mostly homebound and have to lie down most of the time. I just love letting my imagination fly away on the wings of our Lord Jesus’ Spirit of Love. This truly touched my heart.
    Blessings XX
    Mia

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    1. It is a wonderful thing indeed that His Spirit enables you to cope with being housebound; and is able to turn something that may be negative into something that can become positive.

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  2. I love your poem and it reminded me how important it is to make sure my children have plenty of time for imaginative and creative play, for art projects, and for reading. I want those young imaginations to soar!

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    1. I have always tried to give that opportunity to my children as well. On days she does not have to get up to go to school or swimming, my daughter has taken to lying in bed, daydreaming. She tells me she weaves all sorts of stories in her head 🙂

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    1. At times my imagination chafes to be set free 🙂
      I had the song in my head the whole day yesterday – and also today. I love his songs – and I loved dancing to them too .

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  3. That’s the feeling I have when I:
    *bike
    *do mixed media art
    *listen to instrumental classical music. (I don’t want lyrics to interfere with my imagination.)

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  4. Carrying around a notebook and a pen are still acceptable — at least to me. I have neither a smart phone or a tablet, and my laptop is a gadzillion times heavier and thicker than what’s on the market now. I have to “pack” before I go out, and if I forget a pen and/or my notebook, I usually end up replacing the missing item early on in my outing.
    I felt very free with my imagination sparking after reading your poem. And, this makes two 5 min. Fridays I’ve done, except I didn’t post my 2nd one until today (did write when read prompt on Friday — I’m a little slow these days at getting from a to b without detouring to z along the way!)

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    1. I need to get into the habit of packing both notebook and pen (I do not own a phone or laptop). I have been relying on my memory – but that does not always work!
      Glad to know my little poem sparked some of your imagination 🙂

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  5. I love this poem, indeed Iam going to let my imaginations fly in full force. Thanks for following . I truly appreciate it,and I look forward to a great journey of learning and connecting. blessings! 🙂

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        1. Each Wednesday I post on something I am grateful for. You can link to my post either on a Wednesday or a day of your choice each week. In the beginning you may find it difficult to think of something but the longer you do the challenge, the easier it is to see the things in your life that you can be grateful for.

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