TWINKLE OF WIT

how can it be?

it’s gone.

i thought i saw a peacock!

honesty is a great magician,

but the moment is genuine

in every magical act.

4 responses to “TWINKLE OF WIT

  1. There are so many ways to interpret this. You can see why Buddha (and many other philsophers) believed “life is an illusion”. This poem made me think of a friend who constantly finds the “love of her life”, but then it’s gone. The love was really there, and she really believed it. But like magic, her relationships are over very quickly. I know that’s probably not what you intended here, but that’s what it made me think of.

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