“Does not exist” poem by Nichita Stanescu

Does not exist a First World War of horses Does not exist a Hiroshima of horses Thought by horses, reanalyzed by horses Accurate, timed and against horses, To save horses from horses. Does not exist! Does not exist! Devil's species, them horses!  Poem by Nichita Stanescu Translated from romanian by Andreea Garden Watch and listen … Continue reading “Does not exist” poem by Nichita Stanescu

Jung’s Archetypes and the Commoner

   https://www.capt.org/ppc/pmai/index.htm?matchtype=e&gclid=CjwKEAjwxce4BRDE2dG4ueLArHMSJADStCqMuidVEK7eBwbA0Xbqt5riVNN0GkB3t9A3BGybrPbRFhoCAzfw_wcB So, I see jungian archetypes as programming code. For each role we play, we have a script written in our DNA. It's really funny to observe that in each interaction we have with the world, we fire an automatic response according to the archetype we (probably, at some unconscious level, chose to run) … Continue reading Jung’s Archetypes and the Commoner

In Defense of Poetry: “Oh My Heart”

Of poetry we speak …
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“No, no. You’ve got something the test and machines will never be able to measure: you’re artistic. That’s one of the tragedies of our times, that no machine has ever been built that can recognize that quality, appreciate it, foster it, sympathize with it.”

Paul Proteus to his wife Anita in Kurt Vonnegut’s Player Piano

“So much depends upon a red wheel barrow glazed with rain water beside the white chickens” is, essentially, a grammatical sentence in the English language. While the syntax is somewhat out of the norm, the diction is accessible to small children—the hardest word likely being “depends.” But “The Red Wheelbarrow” by William Carlos Williams is much more than a sentence; it is a poem:

so much depends
upon

a red wheel
barrow

glazed with rain
water

beside the white
chickens.

A relatively simple English language sentence shaped into purposeful lines and stanzas becomes poetry. And like…

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How to use real artists for your extraordinary venture

You are a millionaire. You want to stand out. You want to make something amazing. You want to be one of a kind. You set out for an extraordinary venture. You know the biz, you know the "money ways". You want to bring it down, make it happen.  Scenario 1. You think you know how … Continue reading How to use real artists for your extraordinary venture

A word I love : Paradox

Paradox• a seemingly absurd or contradictory statement or proposition which when investigated may prove to be well founded or true. "the uncertainty principle leads to all sorts of paradoxes, like the particles being in two places at once" • synonyms: contradiction, contradiction in terms, self-contradiction, inconsistency, incongruity, anomaly, conflict; • a statement or proposition which, … Continue reading A word I love : Paradox