Posted by Ben Naga
It’s not all tea and crumpets
The readers forget
Posted on February 3, 2015, in Senryu and tagged Poetry, Senryu, Writing. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.
So true and it’s difficult to get one’s Muse to listen to reason when it comes to scheduling. 🙂
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She and I appear to have reached an understanding at present. Long may it endure. 🙂
Not only does the reader forget ‘it’s not all tea and crumpets,’ but the reader forgets. Period. And so we write. And write some more.
Pass the cheddar, Gromit,
That’s something I’ll never forget.
I have no doubt. 🙂
Reblogged this on Dawn of Divine Rays.
Thank you. 🙂
Are poets reminding more then their own minds when words scratch out on the page? Asked as a question b/c the answer is infinite. Art is infinite in its expression. Soar across the multiverses filled with excitement. Discover within the journey the uncovering of the secrets, yet they remain hidden in our subconscious and unconscious though they might be revealed. Tricky what Art does in its many disguises.
Perhaps all we experience is are. Perhaps it’s not called “creation” for nothing. ? 🙂
And as for creations that are themselves creators … Hats off!
Following the path of discoveries and revelation. I find a feeling or thought and follow it with questions and wonder, trying to unveil, maybe just a touch, and some with be revealed. Maybe an answer or parts will be given to us to fill out part of the secrets kept hidden from us unless we search or be open to listening to the secrets whispering what they are all about.
Secretos del corazón.
Mi corazón se esconde de sí mismo.
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