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Tale Weaver #103: Through a Child’s Eyes 19.01.17

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We talk about “inner child” whether she be playful, spiteful, loving, or “stompmyfootholdmybreathtilmyfaceturnsblueful.” Sometimes, we free her when we write, or she may free herself.

I’d like you to weave a tale from the perspective of a child – your inner child, or someone else’s (as always not necessarily human). Use age appropriate thought patterns, reasoning and language. Don’t impose adult rationalities (or irrationalities) upon your child or your tale.

Have fun – think of this week as a playground, a sandbox of words.

Please tag your post Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie, Tale Weaver, and child. Create a link (ping-back) to this post. And, yes, Mr. Linky awaits your click once you’ve posted your tale through the eyes of a child.

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