Poetic Motivations:44

Poetic Motivations_44


… and unlearn Shakespeare to make something of our (mine anyway) puny efforts! Thanks for posting Davy.

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I really love this. I may have to link it, as it goes along with something I wanted to blog about. Nice timing, haha thank you!

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exactly what I been feeling all along and happy someone wrote it down with such clarity. I have a story hidden in my archives about a star that rebelled against the constellations – some Plato’s Symposium and all that mixed in even before I knew his symposium! Lovely quote Davy – makes us stop to think about the particles that make up the bigger things in life.

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    Thank you Gina. I also think it links in to your post Love After Love and getting through the clutter to find our true self. When we look at the constellations it makes us realise how small we are in the grand scheme of the Universe. Thank you for taking time out to visit and comment.

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Great truth in that.

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This makes a lot sense and I like it. I am following you on Twitter. https://twitter.com/AmanHoff1/following

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So much wisdom in this; like everything in life, really?

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Love that. Really hits the truth that ridding ourselves of the labels help us to see the truth of a thing. Also when you look at a constellation through a telescopeyou see that there are so many more stars than the few we group together under a single name.

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Appreciate the link Vanessa πŸ™‚

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