There’s No Place Like Home

Heart thumping in rapid thump, thump, thump pulsations, she closed her eyes picturing as she did spacious fields all about the little wood cabin. The elements must’ve read her thoughts as time itself seemed to spasm in rare fits and starts about her. Having already lost him once she tightened her grip on the dog then tapped the heels of her ruby glass slippers together and wished three times aloud. Soon she and the dog were weightless… tumbling round and around ’til finally the spinning ceased, the magic spell had been released. Where had she been?…. It had all been a dream or….was it? Maybe it would always remain an enigma.

As most of you will know this of course the 1939 movie <a href=”The Wizard of Oz based on the book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum
Starring the then 16 year old actress Judy Garland

Funny how things seem to suddenly spring to mind from seeing the wordle words. This came to me from the words glass, weightless and tumbling and even more of a coincidence it was on one of our TV channels last night and, that sealed it for me.

Shared with Brenda W’s  The Sunday Whirl wordle #34

Author: Daydreamer

I live on a beautiful island in Atlantic Canada.

13 thoughts on “There’s No Place Like Home”

  1. Looks like i have to watch the movie now .. love the book already 🙂

  2. Oh those flying monkeys will be here soon better click our heels before the full moon, then we have to hear “I’m melting” ten thousand times and some big voice shout scary chimes. Wait! Those shoes won’t fit. Bloody Hell, I’ll have to take the hit.

  3. (sigh) I love fairytales, hmmmmmm lol
    I agree with you, the words seem fit for the story. I see you wished ill for me on my poem D. and here I thought you liked me and all :-p lol. Have a happy Sunday/Monday!!!

  4. A great movie and a wonderful take on the wordle this week. I enjoyed how you incorporated the words into your narrative.

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