Fingers intertwined mom and daughter are walking through a busy mall. LEO, having a glimpse through the looking glass smiles as they walk past, they looked like two little girls, carefree skipping through a field of daisies. Their laughter and chatter like a cup overflowing with water, LEO notices how people were staring at them.

The bond between them are words unspoken. Words of love, bliss yet a deep sadness. A love from other worlds ingrained in the centre of their souls, that sparkles at night. Creating a light for them, to find their way back when sadness grows. From shop to shop they go, still chatting away. They found a quiet little place they now, for that moment called home. The mom still holding her girl’s hand, LEO notices the pain in her eyes. Those eyes became windows to her soul, the story behind the pain now unfolds. The story is ancient, it’s of a man on a horse doing his best to take her girl away, far-far away to a land so distant never to see her again. The man had a ring on his finger, a ring the size of a king. He could do as he pleases, because of the ring, the size of a king. Yet their bond sealed with red silk wrapped around them was too hard to break. Love conquered the king now the size of a ring…

Emerging from their seats, fingers still intertwined, mom and daughter leaves the quiet little place they now, for that moment, called home…


23 thoughts on “Through the looking glass 

  1. You have a very insightful blog interesting! I like your spot. Thanks for dropping by my blog feel free to come back. Happy Holidays to you and your’s.


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