Going about it

The business of just being

finding themselves moving about this life,

two souls hobnobbing about with royalty,

going about it in their own way,

in search of the shine of a better day.

Silly things really, stowed away

almost unseen like the lizard on a car

and a license of integrity,

did she see in the rearview the passenger

catching a breeze on a hot day,

jumping to a new destination

free ride on the by-way,

perhaps a thumb out as if to say,

hey babe, heading my way?

Turning and moving away from the path

small dot still remains heading home,

and its never as great as the fish that almost got away

before taking a nose dive into the boat

trying so hard to escape

but alas, not your time yet

a bit too small to be part of the haul

so back you go to the locker

and the hook plunges in

tempting heads to entice the supper

waiting at the bottom

as the rain waits to fall

this surreal world comes to call

and I write the fodder of a passing day

rightly ended with a splash of color over head

the skies jumbo slide hangs

and I wonder where the pot at the end

waits and for whom,

if not the dreamer and the images cast

leaving a new thought behind

to an imagination fertile

with wondrous things.

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Thoughts on yesterday again at the Dali museum, and how coming home, a lizard was riding on a womans back windshield, out of the wind as he didn’t go flying off, her license plate said integrty….I would think if she knew, she’d pull over and let the little chap off. The evening ending with a huge rainbow over our house which will be a photo for a post in the future….the fountain of youth outside Dali museum, I was laughing at the hubby, telling him it must be broken when I touched the spigot, water came rushing out and literally scared the bejesus out of me, I jumped like a scalded cat but had a good laugh, I guess that’s what will keep us young. Imagination and fun…my kind of life ๐Ÿ™‚ The fish tale (a mermaid perhaps) is coming out of the Rolls Royce that sported the two snails on the front. The inside of the car has water running down like a reverse fountain, with the tale how we try to escape the rain by rushing into our car or home, yet here the rain is within. Very cool to see ๐Ÿ™‚

 

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27 thoughts on “Going about it

  1. I love Salvador Dali!
    Thanks for sharing about the fountain of youth, Kim!
    The ride home and thinking you would hope the driver would let the lizard off, sounds a lot like Me! I carry bugs and spiders down the hallway to let them out my apt building door! ๐Ÿ˜€

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  2. Me too, I love her work too but Dali always intrigued me๐Ÿ˜Š a very worthwhile trip….picked up,a brochure in the food court info area and had a coupon for two bucks off for up to four peeps. I would have paid full price regardless๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ’•

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  3. Thanks Sue, that had to be a great experience….I love his work, and the moustache always made me chuckle๐Ÿ˜Š peace and blessings my friend, always, K๐Ÿ’•โ˜ฎ๐Ÿ•‰๐Ÿ’œ

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  4. No, Venice Florida๐Ÿ˜Š I’ve never been to Spain…though I kind of like the music๐Ÿ˜ƒ haha, musical joke there. A fabulous place to see…unique and inspiring๐Ÿ˜Š

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  5. Loved your poem, and your images.. Dali was a wonderful imaginative soul.. I remember years ago when visiting Barcelona we went to the Salvador Dalรญ museum. So many wonders we saw too.. So I know that feeling of surreal. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Love and Hugs.. xxx โค

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