I don’t have to be the fire.

I love being the idea.


There’s no fire without that first spark.

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32 thoughts on “Ignite

  1. bikebrown says:

    Love the fire/spark in your eyes.


  2. You are right! You gotta have a spark before you can have a fire. 🙂


  3. I love the glint in your eyes. ❤ ❤


  4. Love the bright eyes Colleen – thanks for being the spark! ❤
    Diana xo


  5. reocochran says:

    I definitely would prefer to be the spark then to burn or ignite! Smiles


  6. niaaeryn says:

    And it goes that learning is more a stoking of fire than rote memory…how did you get the fire to be so bright? Love the look on the glasses…kind of eerie but in a cool profound way. Love it! 🙂


  7. tric says:

    Isn’t that what happens often when we read a post and comment. The post inspires us, and as I regularly go on to comment and think further about it during the day, I think you are very much the spark.


    • From one spark to another Tric. It is how it works isn’t it? Something we see or hear sticks with us and get worked over in our heads through out the day until it comes out in so many different ways. It finally starts it’s own fire in us from the spark of another. Thank you.

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  8. Robin says:

    Fire in the eyes, passion in the soul. 🙂


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