Picture yourself on a boat on a river. When out of the psychedelic landscape, she calls you quite softly, you answer quite slowly, misunderstanding all you see as you are taken to Strawberry fields to pour paint on the piano. She said, she said that tomorrow never knows. Goo goo g’joob.
Imagine that war is over and peace has been given a chance. Imagine, if you can, living lives in peace. Imagine.
Well, we all shine on. Better get yourself together, darling, join the human race, as you make your way across the Universe. And we are all together – Imagine a brotherhood of man.
Can the imagination of one man change the world? Is love really all you need? You may say that I’m a dreamer, as I live my life for today, but I believe the imagination of one man did change the world. And I know I’m not the only one. Reality leaves a lot to the imagination, and John made that imagination real for so many of us.
Quotes and misquotes from John Winston Ono Lennon MBE (9 October 1940 – 8 December 1980).
(Note – Pouring paint on the piano was from the Strawberry Fields Forever promotional video)
If Sue thinks it’s fine, I may do a second post for this challenge — I really want to write a story, but the first thing I thought of seeing the picture was “The girl with kaleidoscope eyes”. Edit – Short story is here.