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Bubble Boy – 6 –

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Bubble Boy - 6 - , by Miki

(Original German Version)

(Bubble Boy – 1 -) (Bubble Boy – 5 -)

As it came closer, the moon recognised what it was.

He had seen similar ones before, especially in these nights when he was quite round.  They always appeared quite suspicious to him., because they looked so different from all the other flying objects he knew. They had no wings like the birds and no motor like the ridiculous machine which landed on his cheek.

They looked like a long pole, with some frizzy hair at the end. And on the pole, sometimes sitting, sometimes lying, like this particular one was doing now, there was always a strange creature which somehow looked like the creatures from the Earth, but in another colour.  Bub too had seen the flying object and has got up again, screaming for help and waving his arms and legs. And in the same twist of fate that caused a little boy to be born in a soap bubble blown by an old man on a stone, it so happened that night that the bubble and the flying pole collided!

(next instalment on Thursday 22th January 2009)

By Miki

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January 19, 2009 - Posted by | Art, books, Cafe L'Arte, Cafe Literati, Miki's Paintings, Miki's Tale Bubble Boy, painting, personal, women, writing | , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

5 Comments »

  1. I love the child-like innocence of the ageless moon – wonderful!

    Comment by kevmoore | January 19, 2009

  2. just like me, ageless and innocent… above all innocent! 🙂

    Comment by Miki | January 19, 2009

  3. yeah…right 😉

    Comment by kevmoore | January 19, 2009

  4. I’m so envious of your ability to come up with these ideas. These paintings are so neat.

    Comment by wrjones | January 19, 2009

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