Impermanence; clear your mind and write about it. You sit still and focus on the nothingness about you, five, ten, time passes; the muse speaks and you begin to write. Has your mind focused on a single object and left all the background noise in a blur, like a wide aperture lens opening or are you like sunshine filtered through the interstices of bent trees? Would your writing be more poetic or a technical orifice? As a writer I believe I am always in a state of impermanence; changing my aperture: slit, crevice, crack, interstice, or foramen. Whenever the poet/writer speaks we know where to go to get that word that fills the void from clearing the mind and how to precisely interpret the world.
Causes Denise White Supports
MN Public Radio