Capturing the magic.

Prompt –

2014-11-24 - BW Beacham

Finish the story begins with:  “Dance as if no one is watching!”

“Dance as if no one is watching!” The statue-maker said to his creation.
He tried to capture the spirit of cosmos with every slash of the chisel and healing touch of the spatula.
The statue-maker pondered ……… each subatomic particle in the cosmos dances alone and is invisible to the human eye. It is a pulsating process of creation and destruction; concerned only with transfer and balance of energy at its most subtle form.
Dancing is magical – Do I have the skill to carve that magic? The dancer is blessed with great powers. She may destroy the entire universe with a dance of destruction or spread peace and tranquility with a dance of bliss.
Who knows! The statue-maker mouthed.
A dance is an amalgamation of creative and destructive energy. How one perceives it depends on  the predominant energy field in the observer – a little voice whispered to him.

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8 thoughts on “Capturing the magic.

  1. I really like how you wove this story! The whisper at the end was a really nice touch! Thank you for participating and I hope that you will join in again this coming Monday! ^..^

  2. So true and resonant, YS. I especially like “How one perceives it depends on the predominant energy field in the observer.” It’s ironic, I think, that art forms embrace creation and destruction at the same time. I love how your writing makes me think in ways I might never have before–a reminder that it can be done, if nothing else.

    • It is true for all things including dance, just as an example botox is the most poisonous substance known to us ….. yet it has been exploited as a great cosmetic aid.
      Thank you, friend. 🙂

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