“A long habit of not thinking a thing wrong gives it a superficial appearance of being right!” ~ Unknown
I looked at the sky and thought of pie. I looked at the pie and asked myself why? Why does an onion make me cry?
I looked at my toes as I pulled on the hose and wondered why there were five. Why not six or seven or eight?
I looked at the river and felt a shiver, and asked where does the water go?
I looked at the train running down the track and asked, what time are you coming back?
I looked at the rabbit with an awful habit and asked, why are you sat in my hat?
I looked at the rain as it fell on the pane and asked why are you so wet?
I looked at the sun when its rays had begun and asked, why are you so hot?
I looked at the leaves as they fell off the trees and asked, why do you make me feel sad?
I looked at my whistle, and thought this is all superficial, shall I shout out Time?
© nansfarm.net 2017 Written in response to the Daily word-prompt ‘Superficial’