Friday, April 24, 2015

A Dream to Can magician conjure up four yeses 

Was he just a person or much more 

Was he just another magician or much more 


A Dream (poem) 

A dream
A time
A happening
Came together in their way
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A normal child
A normal life
A far off make believe
Where put upon display
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And all around
And people heard
And hidden hopes they saw
As he became the meaning of their day
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He met their needs
He was their dreams
He held the stories in their hearts
This reason to put troubles all away
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But dream
But time
But what once was
Heavy in each fallen heart would weigh
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Each memory
Each crystal toast
Each Joy he roused out
Where hidden in vast mirrors of dismay 


To go with this poem, let's have some epic music: Brian Brasher and Veigar Margeirsson 
"In the Moment" 

Abracadabra 

The Society of American Magicians, founded on May 10, 1902, is the oldest magic society in the world. Is Jamie Raven a member? I don't know. But I do know Jamie, originally from Hammersmith, is a professional mind reader and magician. He has been practicing magic for 20 years. In the video, Jamie is about to wow the judges of Britain's Got Talent. 
"I now believe in magic", Simon Cowell. "Can Jamie conjure up four yeses? | Audition Week 2 | Britain's Got Talent 2015" 
(The most obvious thought is: Simon Cowell was in on the trick. According to reporters of CBS Dallas / Fort Worth, Bracknell News‎ and The Daily Mirror, he was not.) 

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2 comments:

  1. I have enjoyed reading through the poems in your blog

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    1. thank for your warm comment, Owen
      and your support.

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