Poetic Motivations:67

Poetic Motivations-67 (1)


Similar to Blake’s thought’s with his phrase ‘The doors of perception’ about mankind’s limited perception of the world around him.
Great start to the Week Davy.

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Davy D, that quote from Atticus is really so true. For us humans to stop the mind working is often the hardest but how right Atticus is.
I think we have all ever now and again experienced these exalting moments.

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ahhh. so much truth in this, DAvy!

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Yes, Davy, as long as it stops in order to feel. Unfortunately, mine stops at times these days with a full stop.

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Very true, great quote from Atticus!

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Excellent and so true, Davy!
All of us need to get out of our heads more and let our hearts feel.
HUGS!!! 🙂

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So wonderful, and I could use more of those moments. They are magical, indeed, and sometimes spawn writing projects— the feeling kind.

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Poets feel and see the world in a whole new dimension.

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