The daily commute to school can be a boring one. In our car this week, for the forty minutes ride Charlie has banned songs. He says he doesn’t like music with words anyway. 631 more words
Tags » Synesthesia
Joining concepts in learning, can help crystallize memories. Memories that are invoked when we hear that certain song are somehow attached together. Likewise, when we add movement or art to sound, it is easier to remember the not only the piece of music, but also the correlated image. 457 more words
Upon waking naked under the bed sheets strewn over me you rise pushing a shadow in your place so when my fist opens you are already at the other side of the room smirking like a side-kick over a deck of cards cultivates a feeling so superior that I look with awe as your steam sifts through my fingertips emitting the color of chamomile which tastes of a flowering countryside illuminates the sound of a smile now playfully haunting me collecting an ebb and flow within a river that encouragingly floods from the pleasure of a singing tea kettle where warmth exudes sunlight immersed in a field as snow melts away now springing I am brightened by the understanding that you will come and go.
“What’s the purple guy’s name?”
The question came out of the blue from the backseat of the car one afternoon driving home,
I looked around – nope, no one dressed in purple out shoveling their driveway or going for a jog that he might be looking at. 675 more words