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I believe in
the impossible
the childish
the unseen
the absurd
the silly

I believe in lands somewhere over the rainbow
I believe in worlds hidden under the rabbit hole
I believe in kingdoms on the other side of the wardrobe
I believe in enchanted forests where animals talk in riddles
I believe in palaces where wizards entertain immortal kings

I believe in

in the magic and wonder that only a child's eyes can see
in the universes hopes and dreams can create with a single thought

I believe in everything that so many say are imaginary; in everything that so many people scoff at and call me fanciful and immature for believing in

However, I simply say to them:

"I just still have my imagination, is all."
Guys, seriously, after seeing Rise of the's like my inner child I've been trying really hard to push down this year since I'm supposed to be maturing and growing up and all that is just bubbling up and making me see everything in a different light.

I blame you, Jack Frost. I blame you.

Anyway...I actually have always been the type of person with an overactive imagination. Ever since I was a little kid, and I hope I keep that with me until I am an old lady. I really do believe in everything that so many people want to write off as a children's story, like magic and enchanted worlds and the like; but I also am realistic and know that such things exist only at certain moments.

I'll shut up before I start sounding really weird. ^^;

So...yeah. In the wise words of Journey, don't stop believing.
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LupiniunStar Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013
Perfect! Imagination is a great thing to have, and I miss the days where I pretended I was in whole new worlds or things like that.
hetaliatardis Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
AwesomeHellee9 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012  Hobbyist
Remind me of bednock and broomsticks "
tngapch Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012  Professional Writer
A wise person once told me, growing up isn't shutting away your inner child - it's learning to co-exist. :)
PrussianPersephone Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I like thinking it that way better than what I've heard.
CardinalDesertFox Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Ah, this is a subject that I've felt strongly about for years. I used to refer to it as no longer believing in magic, but really what I meant was something along these lines.

When we stop exercising our imaginations, stop believing, we lose a whole range of possibilities and kill our creativity and make ourselves unhappy because of it.

It's that little saying about the creative adult being the child who survived again. :heart:
vienna-kangaroo Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Student Writer
You don't sound weird at all. ^^ I'm the same, in all truth. And I embrace it. Having a brilliant imagination like you do is one of your most wonderful qualities and it's something to be treasured, because it shows that you have the intelligence and heart to believe in something that not many others will.
PrussianPersephone Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012  Hobbyist Writer said I was smart. :'D
vienna-kangaroo Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012  Student Writer
...I did indeed. :'D Heck, you're one of the smartest people I've met.
Svitavotara Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012
When it comes to a wild imagination, I'm guilty of charge. However, my dreams are one of the things that make me happy.
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