Child’s Play

They’re coming for us!

Swords blazing bright, fight or flight…

Get out while you can!

It kind of ruins the mood when I try to explain everything, but this Image and Haiku are just too weird to NOT have something to back them up.

The base of the abstract is a jungle gym at a neighborhood park. After some distortions and effects, I thought it was perfect for Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge: Bright & Fight.

It reminded me of watching my sons play years ago—or my grandsons now, for that matter—so the Haiku is a reenactment of how one of their imaginary invasions might play out.

With everything else that’s going on right now (like we’re living in the twilight zone), a visitation from extraterrestrial beings might not be such a shocker!

Anyway, thank you for reading.
Be safe and stay healthy!



  1. The backstories, inspiration and process behind your creations are part of its creative DNA … they’re as much the art as the tangible material and finished product. Incredible pieces on their own, no explanation needed … though when you add to its layers of complexities, you share so much more than merely beautiful creations. There’s your heart, purpose and life, included. Thank you. Don’t stop. It only adds to the mood of Joy.

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    1. You’re always welcome, dear friend–by the way, I was shocked to hear you have grandchildren! You seem quite young in spirit–which is a very good thing!! 🙂 ❤

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    2. Oh my goodness–how the years fly, right?! 🙂 You are such a beautiful spirit, so genuine and authentic, fun, and talented–I’m glad we could meet through this crazy world of blogging ❤

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