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“Art is the sex of the imagination.”

George Jean Nathan (1882–1958)

A ballerina impossibly leaps with her leg and red billowy skirt flowing behind. Both arms embrace her face and meet her foot.
Author’s photo of street art Oslo, Norway

The mingled motives of muses and minds;

Taut and testy, tart and ticklish.

Driven by thirst from dreamless drought;

Glimpse glory through gossamer gowns.

Invite interludes where models undress allure.

Seek the serendipity of stopping for a stone in your shoe.

Suspend agenda and aspiration with alchemy.

Surrender simultaneously to urge and pause.

Expending our utmost in service of perpetuity;

While every well-wrought peace kisses plenitude in turn.

A female figure (upper buttocks, waist, lower back and one arm) rests between curious rock formations
Photo by Karin Rosenthal



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Isak Dinesen

Isak Dinesen

"Don't ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive. What the world needs is people who have come alive. " - Howard Thurman (AfricanAmerican)