A big as your imagination

spring blossom

I commented yesterday that I hadn’t had room in my brain recently for all the thoughts I wanted to think. But it seems I must have disconnected enough this weekend to start more ideas moving, as I woke up early this morning wanting to get writing.

At the moment, I’m not sure there’s much clarity among the ideas, which are tumbling out fairly haphazardly – and almost simultaneously – into several documents, all open at the same time.

So to free up one space in my mind, I’ll just post this here. It’s a picture of a single blossom that I saw while out for a walk at the weekend.

spring blossom

Although there are other buds that suggest more flowers are on the way, for the moment, It’s just a tiny, solitary, bloom, probably about the size of a 5p piece.

But the way the photo has captured it, it seems to be almost as big as the house behind it, which makes me think it should be noted as significant in some way.

A dedicated blog post seems the least I can do.

spring blossom

Author: don't confuse the narrator

Exploring the boundary between writer and narrator through first person poetry, prose and opinion

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