Word Play

‘If you want to be creative, stay in part a child, with the creativity and invention that characterizes children before they are deformed by adult society.’ Jean Piaget

 

Imagination
Wakes
Inner
Longings
Lauded
Pathetic
Laughter
Arouses
Yellow
Mermaids
Ornate
Red
Elephants
Yowling
Obstruct
Underwear
Warriors
Individuality
Lustrous &
Luxurious
Plasticine
Layers
Anoint
Youthful
Memories
Ostracised &
Ridiculed
Excitedly
Launching
Elasticated
Tiger
Slugs
Accompany
Loss
Losing
Pain
Love &
Admire
Yield
Magical
Optimism
Redefine
Everafter

 

‘We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.’ George Bernard Shaw

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Amanda Bird

Amanda Bird

Amanda has always thought of herself as an armchair traveller, and since early childhood books and stories have provided the portal to other worlds. Her love of reading sparked a passion for writing and she has been writing stories since... a very long time ago! She now lives in Hove, and the view allows space for her imagination to roam.
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