In response to The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: “Magic.”
“Children have the ability to believe without bias, to find wonder even in the most mundane of places and objects,” says Jen on The Daily Post. They have found wonder for me a thousand times and they will a thousand more.
In this photo, a group of children found the legendary lucky four-leaves clover in the garden near a swing that I almost never play on.
I have never seen a real four-leaves clover in my life before so I am truly thankful that the children found one and brought it to me eagerly.
They were so proud of their find and their excitement touched me so.
I recall a horror movie from the early 1990s that depicts a killer doll locked in a box sealed by a four-leaves clover. In the movie, the removal of the lucky four-leaves clover unleashed the possessed doll.
I remember trying to look for a four-leaves clover back then but I stopped trying quickly as my mother told me that four-leaves clover probably do not exists. Will you now imagine how pleasantly surprised I was to see a four-leaves clover after some twenty years? =D
May the magic stay with you!
[Photo: Taken in Singapore, 2016.]