You hardly ever need to state
your feelings. The point is to feel and keep the eyes open. Then what you feel is expressed, is mimed back at you by the scene. A room, a landscape. … We don’t know
what we feel until we see it distanced by this kind of translation.
written by Wisdom from celebrated poet James Merrill, who echoes Annie Dillard and adds to our ongoing archive of insight on writing.
do you realize that it takes 3 sheep to make one sweater???? amazing i didn’t even know they could knit
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