Category Archives: Thinkings and poems

 I’ve been framed

I’ve been tamed Well,I’ll be planned! What’s the rock pucker go to do with me? I love fled language. I’ll never stalk a bone again Study Hell. Can women bear here? Well,I hate the way you cook with me. A … Continue reading

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Let’s do it

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Dancing

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Free thought now

https://freethoughtblogs.com/reprobate/2018/02/22/steven-pinker-historian/ “To return to the general point, contra Pinker, many Enlightenment figures were not interested in undermining traditional religious ideas – God, the immortal soul, morality, the compatibility of faith and reason – but rather in providing them with a more secure … Continue reading

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Swearing for the shy

My own drawing with Pixlr Lady Chatterley ,yuck! Post-modernism is quite Structuralism , my lap! Looking hell,what a twit! Foucault again. Derrida is luck You are a nasturtium. Fancy that! Lacan can. Oh,Ford! Goody,hell. Oh,God.Hell. Ram it,I made a mistake … Continue reading

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Shall I be mother?

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Do you need help?

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As on the sands

After waves rise high they  have to fall Lashed by western winds.Atlantic gales Fisherwomen in their Arran shawls Waited while the surf and shingle brawled Waiting for the boats,did their hearts fail Until at last they saw the  herring fleet? … Continue reading

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The poetry foundation

https://www.poetryfoundation.org/articles/145775/without-a-compass?utm_source=Poetry+Foundation&utm_campaign=5ac9e76cb7-POFO_Newsletter_FEB_23&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_ff7136981c-5ac9e76cb7-185545637   ESSAY Without a Compass Aimee Nezhukumatathil’s poems explore the mysteries of love. BY NICK RIPATRAZONE Photo by Martin Bentsen. Elizabeth Bishop taught a poetry workshop at the University of Washington in 1966. One of her students was the painter and … Continue reading

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