“Every relationship is an interaction. And a healthy relationship is an act of constant creation. That is why I always say that no one can ever know what he or she desires sexually until that individual explores the possibilities with their unique partner.”Read More
But I believe that we all, at the very least,
should have some. Beauty, that is.
Maybe even just a little more. That
even in a poem about beauty
we must be moved to see its two sure hands
and how our own fit perfectly inside them.
“I remember once I was drawing a Halloween picture, and my art teacher came up to me and said, “The sky is not purple, and pumpkins do not fly through the air.”
~Nicole Rubel, children’s author/illustrator, Oregon, USA
It happened quite naturally. I liked to quote lines of poetry for them. Once when we were visiting the Atlantic coast and watching the waves crash and the sea spray spouting up, I quoted a favorite line from Hart Crane’s poem, “The Dance”: “what laughing chains the waters wove and threw.” My children never forgot that. Several years later when looking at another wild body of water, they would remind me of that same line.Read More