How did you learn to fly? I invented a tree, then I climbed it. And I had no idea how to climb down.
And the tea? It would have gotten bitter if not for the warmth of the kettle.
It started to snow. All the matters of urgency disappeared in white.
I went for a walk about the invisible birds. Invisible because always present. Sparrows, pigeons, magpies, jackdaws, grackles and crows. And the ducks waddled on…
A wandering leaf sat down on the oceans. About the woods it rustles.
I will build a house. It’s roof will be convertible – into a love letter.