freedom of imagination


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The unstated warrant for the composer, as for the poet, is to stretch the limits of the form, to try to fly within the narrow corridors of a cage. That tension between the bright prison of a form and the freedom of imagination is what artistic genius is all about.

Diane Ackerman
A Natural History of the Senses

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  1. Posted by Barbara on November 12, 2016 at 4:32 pm

    What an amazing and provocative picture to start my day, thank you! The beauty of the tension of the toes, of the left arm, of the possibilities when the two merge…. Imagination Lift-Off. Love, B.

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  2. Posted by Barbara on November 12, 2016 at 6:17 pm

    That was funny…. oh, the English language! I meant when the left arm and the left wing merge….. not the merging of the toes and the arm! Though I suppose with imagination, anything is possible! Love, B.

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  3. Too funny! Love, Laura


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