mandag, september 18, 2006
Life changes for a water-butterfly: At first she is inside an egg, thinking world is nice and blue. In the egg she has her very own lunch. She's eating and eating - and she's growing. One day the shell cracks, and now she is a caterpillar.
"I didn't know, I was so long," she thought. Luckily there is some food for her. Life is green and wonderful.
One day she got very tired, at last she couldn't even eat. "That was my life," she thought and closed her eyes. Just before she holds at the leaf - she wouldn't fall down in the dirt. She was now a crysalis.
Time passes by. One sunny day her skin cracked. Surprised she saw she wasn't long anymore. She shakes a little - and what happens? She rises. The flaps behind can be moved, so she can fly. She flew up, up and away - to the waterstream. "I didn't know, the world is so big with so many colours," she thinks with joy. She is now a water-butterfly.
Down at the grass the white rabbit looked at the sky and saw her upthere. "I will fly too! I will!" he shouted and moved his ears forwards and backwards.
(I tell in a comment how my process with the image has been)