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My perspective is that fantasy
is quaint, because it enlivens
day to day living without
actually becoming surreal.
How then can I like it? A
Bob Ross painting, quaint,
and a picnic in the inviting
green, each one is a time-
invested undertaking: fantasy.
Whereas the surreal is a
burgeoning fountain, water
moving playfully and
importantly expanding. To
live in the water is to drink
it in, and to survive on its
effects. I want to live in the
surreal; to have a moment in
the Sun.

Breslin White is a poet of Irish and Japanese heritage. He can be found sharing the books he likes to read on Goodreads. He has published a poetry book called Lily Thrust.