Poetic Motivations:74

Poetic Motivations_74

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… and, of course, to fly. Good quote, Davy.

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    Thank you Roland. It is the title of a book I am reading at the moment about the thoughts of a writer who is high functioning autistic. Very interesting and raises lots of questions about how we view words.

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Oh, this is so lovely, Davy! It gave me goosebumps and smiles!
HUGS!!! 🙂

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I am loving this quote, D! Thank you for sharing. And happy new year. 🙂

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What a great quote. Thank you, Davy, for another golden nugget. All the best…

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interesting quote, made me think of making each word count. good one to start the week Davy.

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Fascinating Davy, given the subject of this book title. The externalising and analogizing of words with birds makes me wonder if this is how the autistic writer functions when in a creative period.

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Amazing quote, Davy. Another contribution to our trove of treasures to inspire us for 2018.

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Interesting quote and interesting to learn how other people think, like seeing words as numbers, as you mentioned. My son doesn’t like math and struggles. I wonder if seeing numbers as words would help him??? Just a thought. 🙂

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And after we love it and pet it and watch it grow, comes the time we must let it fly. Then we hold our breath and hope it will be accepted by the world.

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And we hope the words we write are as beautiful as a birds song , and resonate as sweetly.

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