Always a pleasure to see and hear about new work by Nick L.
First thing I’d like to do in Spring
Is try to build my own racing car and everything
With new technology like a magic ring
You see how fast it can go
When it does its thing
With perfect timing and decisions
Where there is no collision nor accidents on the track
And safety to drive everywhere
With no time to spare.
And where you can sit back and relax, have a cappuccino and just look back.
Then you will feel the time lapse.
Then you wonder if you are sleeping at that wheel ‘cause you know with time and space, going through that tunnel vision, that’s like when you’re driving a racing car.
You sense the speed and it’s like your time slows down, ears catch up to the sound.
That’s like a racing car, and the things you can do, what I’d like to build…
If I was given that chance to build.
What if there was no tragedy in Romeo and Juliet,
They met in the woods where love was all good.
Parents never got upset, they’d remember how their first love was met, when they were young kids as well.
No potions on the wall.
Romeo said I’d approach these realities and give Juliet all the time that she needs.
Showing up to love what it takes to beat detest. Love would explain the rest.
Maybe then parents can remember when love was at its best, when love was full of heart…
Where parents remember their start and in this way there were no rules set in place and Juliet and Romeo had that new reality on love and learned what it took to accomplish love,
In that new reality, the treasure chest.
Here at Storyteller’s we got ready for spring! During our group we decorated birdhouses, made ducks, and wrote about what spring elicits for us! As part of the countdown to the canoe challenge we made ducks in preparation for the duck race!
Special thanks to our executive director, Margaret Rybinski and her husband Craig for their generous donation of hollowed out gourds that we were able to turn into birdhouses.