My Hour 2 poem. Mahou (魔法) is the Japanese word for magic…
No sleight of hand
No Houdini or Henning
No mystical mumbo-jumbo
No elaborate attempts at misdirection
No sparkly filters or rose-coloured spectacles
None of that
When eyes meet, the connection is made—
feelings sensed, warmth felt
A moment, real or imagined
(what a day for a daydream…)
That’s where the magic is
(22 June 2019)
The original post is at https://thepoetrymarathon.com/blog/kevinjoconner/mahou/
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