In an Elevator




 

 

 

Abstraction in Motion


Something in motion stops—
and there it is—

Chance encounter with an abstract!


During National Poetry Writing Month one is encouraged to write and share poetry and to seek out and read poetic works. It made me also think about poetry beyond the written word—how, in a concept or reading of an image—in what it evokes—there can also be poetry. 

 

Framing


“I am neither an optimist nor pessimist, but a possibilist.”
– Max Lerner

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“The possible’s slow fuse is lit by the Imagination.”
– Emily Dickenson


Some balancing, uplifting quotes and images (without drama and conflict) when considering (framing) the future.

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During National Poetry Writing Month one is encouraged to write and share poetry and to seek out and read poetic works. Poetry can be found in a concept or image—how it evokes one to think, feel, or imagine. Therefore,  I’m calling this my poetic post of the day!

 

 

Stop and see

As the saying goes, “You see what you look for”. 

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Seeing, two ways.


There’s another adage: “Stop and smell the roses.”
You may recognize the “flowers” pictured here:  Bougainvillea—unscented but beautiful leaves surrounding its tiny central flowers.

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Considering . . .

 

now


 

 
 
 
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