Panoramic Imagination – Cursed – A Reflection

These Little Reflections Panoramic Imagination and Cursed were authored by Akiane Kramarik between the ages of 7-11 in her book titled My Dream Is Bigger Than I – Memories of Tomorrow – Part Six Page 309 — “You will need your own copy of this book to view the full text of this poem.  I limit quotes for the purpose of discussion and to follow copyright guidelines that allows for limited quotes.”

The featured image I choose for this reflection is the closest I can get to a panoramic look from my smart phone from our time in Timanfaya National Park in Lanzarote Canary Islands…In Panoramic Imagination Akiane writes…”The panoramic imagination is always beautiful in the eyes that are open and focused and in the eyes that keep promises” — I left out a portion of this reflection as part of building the mystery that is Akiane Kramarik and to encourage my readers to purchase your own copy of Akiane’s amazing book of prose…In Cursed Akiane writes…”Do not punish a rash and careless blame. It is already cursed.” What Akiane writes is amazing and timeless…Broken promises are already cursed as are lawless laws…The same is true when people live bad lives and wrong others they are already cursed…The following poem comes to mind as I write this reflection…”Four gray walls and four gray towers over look a space of flowers and the silent isle embowers the Lady of Shalott.” [From the poem The Lady of Shalott by Alfred Lord Tennyson 1832] A poem I studied in my youth…Life is often like a kaleidoscope and nothing is ever as it seems…In dealing with diabolical narcissists either overt or covert narcissists these ones are never what they appear to be and want folks to be confused by their kaleidoscopic version of their fractured selves…As a thank you for reading this reflection enjoy my latest silly song titled Kaleidoscopic dreams…

…………Namaste…………

— Kaleidoscopic Dreams —
— Kaleidoscopic morning —