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I love your Venn diagram, Davy. Poetry in mathematical motion.

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Venn meets Zen . Imagination + lntellect Perfect Davy.

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So true and so beautifully captured, the angst of life prompts much of our creative efforts.

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So true, Davy. Perfect capture.

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I’m sharing this with my bluapplepoetry students. I love this! And they will too because it is very cool and will appeal to young people. (I guess that means you’re still cool Davy.) Thank you for posting.

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Beautiful beautiful beautiful wonderfully wise.

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This is so cool and so true, Davy!
Yes, reality and dreams marry so the poet can create!
Love that you married Math and Writing!
HUGS!!! πŸ™‚
PS…I can’t remember if you’ve ever talked about this, but have you ever had a poem come to you in a dream? A few times I’ve woken out of a dream and quickly wrote down a poem that presented itself to me in the dream.

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Awesome….beautiful interpretation of poetry intersection the dreams and reality.

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Davy, you say a lot with few words. This time with a mathematical diagram and three words. I like maths and how you used it here. Poetry seems squeezed by the overlapping circles. Or is it just sitting there, drawing on both reality and dreams?
miriam

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    Very perceptive Miriam and I think it can be a combination of both. As poets / writers we tend to squeeze the reality to offer a view that others may not see. I used the maths perspective to also suggest that formulas can’t explain everything. There are areas of life that may never be explained by science and that is where writers can step in. Thank you for these thoughts Miriam and leaving me more to think about.

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I love this how very Andy Warhol

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This was such a profound, thought provoking, clever yet simple presentation of the interaction of dreams, poetry and reality! So unique, Davy! What? Three lines is now verbose? Now you are down to just three words? Ha! For me, it seemed that your presentation was showing how dreams are part of our life but they are best brought into reality through the words of poetry (like a magnet). Seems to work well in the creative field of invention too. You and Carolyn are lucky to wake up and have poems to write! The most I’ve ever gotten were vivid memory clips of a dream and maybe a title or a couple of words – but that has seemed to work well. It seems my muse likes to see me “work for it”! LOL!

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Reblogged this on The Reluctant Poet and commented:
Come Visualize Davy’s Great Presentation Of The Interaction Between Dreams, Poetry And Reality!

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Now here is something interesting!!!

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I loved your showing the relationship between dreams and reality when it comes to poetry. The Venn Diagram never fails to make it more evident.

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I love this. I have always said that my poetry is the reflection of my subconcious thought.

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    Thank you for your generous thoughts. And I agree, sometimes our poetry is a result of the things we struggle to say. Our subconscious is something we need to nurture.

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Thank you for this JB πŸ™‚

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Thank you for sharing this it is appreciated.

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Thank you for the link Chestlyn, it is most appreciated.

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