I don’t know about you, but to me the past is something rather fascinating. Whether you find yourself in a library or walking in a garden, you’re experiencing some place’s history without even realising it. The past is history and history is meant to teach us something, it teaches us how things happened and how to continue the book others have started.
This post sort of connects with the very first contribution I have made to this blog, when I posted a picture of a chimney and prompted others to suggest what comes to their mind. Same could be done with the picture above. I don’t see a regular garden, I see people dressed in 19th century clothes discussing about current events or personal issues and I get the feeling it’s my duty to translate this fantasy into words.
If your mind can travel to other places and other spaces, then you’re probably a writer and it’s good for you and others to embark on this journey!
If there’s one thing this blog wants to encourage, it’s to help unconscious writers to realise their potential. We all need poetry, literature, novels. We all need to travel elsewhere with our minds, imagine things we wouldn’t otherwise witness.