Friday, June 21, 2013

Makes Paranoid


Staring at the past can awaken all of the senses in a flash, this is what the power of photography is.

Staring at an empty pupa arouses my feelings of regret, this is how photography can be guilty of.

I missed the first wink a pretty butterfly should have given to me the moment she has squeezed herself out into this fantasy world.

She must be fancy. And I should have smiled back while she was dancing. For me.

The story of romance never started. Until we meet again, staring at the crowd, I shall never find her.

The is how photography makes me paranoid.

35 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

oh, this was so poignant, full of magic, but sad.

Betty Manousos said...

brilliant!! love your writing and photography skills, my friend!
you're gifted.

eileeninmd said...

Rainfield, you do have a way with words and photography! Sorry, you missed the butterfly!

Magia da Inês said...

╮✿ °•.¸

Bem bonita essa foto.
Bom fim de semana!
°º✿♫ Beijinhos.
°º✿
º° ✿♥ ♫° ·.

Steve E said...

You missed the b'fly, but he's probably still flying around the 'hood.

Best thing about your photo and writing skills is that you share them just like evrything in nature shares with all of us...and each other.

(And some of them use each other for dinner, as we do also!)

Giga said...

Świetny, ale trochę smutny jest Twój pomysł z motylem. Pozdrawiam.
Great, but a little sad is your idea of a butterfly. Yours.

Laura. M said...

It will be a beautiful butterfly :))
Have a great weekend.
A hug.

Carol L McKenna said...

Very contemplative post ~ Happy Day to you ^_^

Thanks for visiting .

betchai said...

beautiful deep thoughts, and beautiful photograph too.

Icy BC said...

I'm thirst for more..The depth of this writing is just full of meaning..

Diane AZ said...

She might be out of sight but not out of mind.

Barb said...

Your thoughts and the empty cocoon are circling through my mind.

Debbie said...

awwwww, so sweet!!

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

You may find her -- and just not know it. :)

Ratty said...

Staring at the past can also be a good feeling of things that we remember.

Bananazஇ said...

Sorry you missed! The band had only half a song to play when you saw her out the corner of your eye a little butterfly, alone and so shy...dancing The Last Waltz...♫

Minoru Saito said...

Hi! Nice capture. I always think that your imagination is fantastic and cool.
Wishing you a wonderful week ahead.

lronglim said...

Right on with the power of photography...

lronglim said...

Right on with the power of photography...

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Hope you find many of her friends.

Frieda said...

That's a great post... and who knows, maybe one day you'll meet her in the forrest, don't be sad or paranoid!!
And the title makes me think of a song that is called "sunlight is making me feel paranoid"...

caucasusgeography said...

Hello! Beautiful post!

Deb Crecelius said...

I love the stories you create...
and your way with words.

de engineur said...

Wish you have better luck next time.
Or, you just need to look harder. They are everywhere.

Sharkbytes said...

What a great find, and a story to make it sing.

kumittyi said...

Your picture just carried me back to my elementary student. I stayed up late at night to see the emergence of a cicada. How fantastic that was!

bailey-road.com said...

Beautifully expressed.

wenn said...

i would love to see how the butterfly comes into life..

Brita said...

I really hope you do something with your texts and pictures. You have an amazing ability to write. You describe so beautifully res pupa to butterfly and you put so much emotion in your experience. Very beautiful!/Brita

Barbara said...

I felt your regret, too, and wish you had captured that first wink!

caucasusgeography said...

Hello! Have a wonderful days!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

You will find another butterfly someday! But it hurts to miss this one.

Cherry said...

there's always something called next time :)

RNSANE said...

What a melancholy mood you are in, my friend. There will always be more butterflies.

Freya Renders said...

I'm sorry you missed the butterfly, you have an amazing way with words. Great work