And that’s ok.
It all hangs together, the thoughts about colors and where you see them and how you see them and what you might do if you could float on a color or become a tree. It doesn’t really even make sense if you’re looking for traditional story progression, but it’s beautiful, anyway — full of movement, full of imagination. It stretches your brain a little and makes you wonder, “What else could I see or hear or touch or feel if I were looking closely?”
Roll with it. You’ll be glad you did.
They Say Blue by Jillian Tamaki