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Picture it and Write ~ DOWNSIDE UP

This is the latest Picture it and Write prompt from Ermilia’s blog

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DOWNSIDE UP

by John Yeo

 In the optical world of the in-between, the visual link with the outside world is very unusual. June was admiring the roots of the trees as growth was curling and springing upwards, sending them up in a tangled spiral. In the gathering cloudy dusk at the very bottom of the tree where the leaves met the clouds a bird began to sing to welcome the sun at night. The moon quickly disappeared beneath her head over the low clouds as the murky day began. Len, a very individual character, decided to go against all convention and stand on his legs. Grasping the trees for balance he was amazed and delighted with this new unusual view of the world. Extolling the difference, he begged his friends and acquaintances to try this new view of life. Everyone laughed. Religious leaders were scornful , how could you go up to heaven, when the heavens were obviously down. Scientists laughed at the idea of walking around upside down on legs, as man had always crawled around the cloudy firmament without any trouble. Len was quickly escorted to a hospital for the disturbed and lives there to this day, writing upside down poetry.

Copyright (c) Written by John Yeo ~ All rights reserved.

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12 thoughts on “Picture it and Write ~ DOWNSIDE UP

  1. Good idea, but impossible to do. Better he stays in a place where he can do upside down things on his own.

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