Theater of the Brain
In “Mind vs. Brain,” Kaysen refers to an image that can be viewed as either a face or a vase, or both–another example of ekphrasis in action. 138 more words
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Y on the End
Conjure something up, then,
Reach your hands to the back of your skull and grasp it, uproot it,
Put something just in front of you hummingbirding there… 193 more words
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We forge forward into the night
Hidden by shadows
Submerged below the moonlight
We pass unseen
By Maria Parenti-Baldey
Written in Response to June Perkins, World is Mirage 3, Illumine Exhibition. 10 more words
Lesson docs to print!
2 weeks ago
An idea for a novel came upon / me.
The next night I dreamed the title.
I didn’t see any connection… 168 more words
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No Talent For Certainty
The storm put on a play for us,
The starring roles were waves;
Production values were sublime,
And played ‘cross coves and caves —
The ocean reached into the sky, 64 more words
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Wendy Artin, photos from the exhibition
Calling all poets, poetic writers, plain old writers and young ones too!
Let your creativity contribute to a cure for lung cancer! 1,890 more words
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