Do You Believe in Magic?

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Do You Believe in Magic?



You have been transformed into a mystical being who has the ability to do magic. Describe your new abilities in detail. How will you use your new skills?



If I were ever given the ability to be able to become a mystical creature, I would choose to become a dragon.

Of course, not just a regular, run-of-the-mill, dragon.

I would become a dragon that could reside on this earth as a human, but as needs arise, this rare human could mystically transform into a fire-breathing dragon to defend any and all that need defending.

Both in my human form, and in my mystical dragon form, I would have dual-magical abilities. I would have the power to become invisible. I would also have the power to read minds.

“With great powers, comes great responsibility….”  I know…You have heard that before!

With my powers of mind-reading, I could perceive the true thoughts and reasonings of the convicted felons’ minds. With my skills, I could assist the judicial system in allowing a fairer and more just prosecution of those being tried in the courts. Being able to sense true remorse… This would allow for a more equitable sentencing process.

I could even read the minds of those criminals-in-waiting. During the interviews of victims and suspects, it would be a great asset to be able to read “the missing pieces” that a person chooses not to reveal… or those pieces that are just not revealed because the appropriate probing questions were not asked.

I cannot reveal the true purposes for my invisibility. If the world would become aware of that, its power would be instantly negated!

With my fire-breathing powers…

Well, if one is going to be blessed with mystical powers to give unselfishly to the world…

A guy has to be able to have a little fun?



In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Do you Believe in Magic?.”

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