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Category Archives: creativity
There’s nothing on this page until I write A word and then another word and more: The sentences that bring me my delight No sense is quite as needed as our sight Moral blindness is by most deplored. There’s infinity upon … Continue reading
http://pubs.usgs.gov/gip/dynamic/tectonic.html Were the Ammonites a people or a stone? Was the government of fossils on the roam? Were the rocks and mountains rumbling As the government were stumbling? I’ve sent my resignation on a bone. Was the Earthquake sent by … Continue reading
We’ve already seen that life is about living the questions, that the unknown is what drives science, and that the most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious. John Keats wrote of this art of remaining in doubt … Continue reading
American Life in Poetry: Column 574 BY TED KOOSER, U.S. POET LAUREA When I was a boy, because of the song, I thought there really was an Easter parade, but the Easters came and went without one. But here’s a … Continue reading