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A More Beautiful Question: Taking the Brain Off High Alert - What if we took our brains off 'high alert' and thought long enough to develop an original idea? Our discussion of A More Beautiful Question concludes today.

A More Beautiful Question: Taking the Brain Off High Alert - What if we took our brains off 'high alert' and thought long enough to develop an original idea? Our discussion of A More Beautiful Question concludes today.

אם נסתכל באלבומי התמונות שלנו, כמעט לכל אחד מאיתנו יש תמונה אמנותית שאנו מצטלמים עם עצם מסוים. אלה הן תמונות מתעתעות עיניים ובתמונה, אותו עצם נראה ממש כחלק מהתמונה עצמה. כמה פעמים "תפסתם" את השמש בעזרת היד שלכם וכמה פעמים החבר או החברה "הקטנים" שלכם, עמדו לכם על כפות הידיים

אם נסתכל באלבומי התמונות שלנו, כמעט לכל אחד מאיתנו יש תמונה אמנותית שאנו מצטלמים עם עצם מסוים. אלה הן תמונות מתעתעות עיניים ובתמונה, אותו עצם נראה ממש כחלק מהתמונה עצמה. כמה פעמים "תפסתם" את השמש בעזרת היד שלכם וכמה פעמים החבר או החברה "הקטנים" שלכם, עמדו לכם על כפות הידיים

Age like a fine wine - photo by: Derek Gavey, Source: Flickr, found with Wylio.com

Age like a fine wine - photo by: Derek Gavey, Source: Flickr, found with Wylio.com

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Poetry and Photo Prompts: Spanish Lace Photo Play |

Poetry and Photo Prompts: Spanish Lace Photo Play |

Two poets – Megan Fernandes and Sandra Marchetti – write words that linger in the memory long after the books are closed.

Two poets – Megan Fernandes and Sandra Marchetti – write words that linger in the memory long after the books are closed.

We set off fireworks, we went to the beach, we roamed through the forests and probably would still be tweeting if we hadn’t stopped at our one-hour deadline

We set off fireworks, we went to the beach, we roamed through the forests and probably would still be tweeting if we hadn’t stopped at our one-hour deadline

Poet Susan Lewis asks how we can fully understand each other, and she does it within the frameworks of both prose poetry and the more familiar verse form.

Poet Susan Lewis asks how we can fully understand each other, and she does it within the frameworks of both prose poetry and the more familiar verse form.

The same image plays in my mind every time I think about writing this post. Pages full of exquisite words bound with the cover that wears a certain girl’s delicate floral designs are mangled beyond recognition by rough, heavy hands http://www.tweetspeakpoetry.com/blog/2012/04/04/rumors-of-water-the-ingredients-at-hand/ #rumorsofwater Photo by EverJean, via Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/evert-jan/4859836442/

The same image plays in my mind every time I think about writing this post. Pages full of exquisite words bound with the cover that wears a certain girl’s delicate floral designs are mangled beyond recognition by rough, heavy hands http://www.tweetspeakpoetry.com/blog/2012/04/04/rumors-of-water-the-ingredients-at-hand/ #rumorsofwater Photo by EverJean, via Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/evert-jan/4859836442/

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