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Worlds of Wonder

Peter Pan flew to Neverland with a sprinkling of pixie dust. Lucy walked into Narnia at the back of a wardrobe. Dorothy banged her head and woke up in Oz. Sometimes I wonder what it would take to enter Middle Earth. What worlds of wonder might wait for me in the fantasy world of J.R.R. Tolkien?

The thought enchants me, a daydream that fully occupies, but then a hummingbird flits by, hovers mid-air to inspect me, and clicks away. Sunlight silvers leaves at the tops of the trees. A doe steps onto the lawn, lifts her head, and freezes at sight of me.

The Bible says that God is revealed in nature, and I believe it. I could never dream up half the marvels of Creation.

May I never take for granted the beauty of everyday.

Do you ever daydream about nature? What is the fantasy world you’d most like to enter?

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Janalyn Voigt

As an author I love to escape with readers into creative worlds of fiction in three genres: medieval epic fantasy, historical fiction, and romantic mystery. My aim is to make this website an immersive experience for readers. Care to join us?

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2 thoughts on “Worlds of Wonder”

  1. Beautiful hummingbird photo, Janalyn! I love the beauty of God’s creation too – the colors in a sunset, the reminder of divine promises in a rainbow, the variety and indescribable brilliance of design in the animal and plant worlds, even the sheer coolness to be found in rocks.

    Right now the world I most would like to escape to is one I’ve written in a comedic fantasy trilogy that awaits editing and revision. However, one can only get there via certain very special hula hoops, and so far, none of mine have opened a portal. 😉

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