An eye looks like another planet. Perhaps we carry our own world in these orbs—half mythical, half reality but limited by size and time. Light enters the retina and the image is inverted, but our brain reverses it as well as fills in the missing data from the optic disc where no visual receptor cells are located.
What world do you create? What do you choose to focus your attention upon? What do you never see at all? What do you believe the world to be? What will you do with the images your mind creates for you? What will you make? For inspiration, read “I look at the world” by Langston Hughes and “Journey into the Eye” by David Lehman.