Mind’s looking glass

Chocolate on trees,

Ice cream on demand,

Coffee 24/7,

Wish granting fairies,

Hassle free traffic,

Uncluttered thoughts,

Mind reading abilities,

A holiday in middle of a weekday, every week,

Unhurried mornings,

Worry free evenings,

A bit of magic here,

At the swish of wand there,

Strange unattainable images,

Mind’s looking glass conjures,

When it has nothing better to do,

Boredom strikes in,

Reality checks out.

64 words.

Acknowledgements :- Written in response to Sammi Cox’s Weekend Writing Challenge #142. Thank you Sammi Cox for running the challenge. The challenge is to use prompt word of the week ” Looking glass” in a piece consisting of exactly 64 words. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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  1. If only…chocolate on trees, wish granting fairies, hassle free traffic, uncluttered thoughts, and mind reading abilities!! I’ve been hosting a first sentence prompt for a while now and ran across this prompt so I joined in with my own 64 words. Yours is interesting, I like it!!

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