Nobody sees a flower really;
it is so small.
We haven’t time,
and to see
takes time –
like to have a friend
Blog of illustrator Susan Leopold
There is something I don’t know
That I am supposed to know.
I don’t know what it is I don’t know,
And yet am supposed to know,
And I feel I look stupid
If I seem both not to know
And not to know what it is I don’t know.
Therefore, I pretend I know it.
This is nerve-wracking
Since I don’t know what I must pretend
Therefore, I pretend to know everything.
I feel you know what I am supposed to know
But you can’t tell me what it is
Because you don’t know what I don’t know
What it is.
You may know what I don’t know, but not
That I don’t know it.
And I can’t tell you. So you will have
To tell me everything.
– R. D. Lang in Knots
By Deborah Barlow
Musings on poetry, language, perception, numbers, food, and anything else that slips through the cracks.
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Surmising with aplomb and nary remorse
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"Everyone needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to the soul" -John Muir
Closer to the Spirit
Children Need Permanency
bernice lum illustration
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