Sunday, April 19, 2015

Say It Ain't So, Dave


and   (M.A. Reilly, 2015)
I.

And for those of us playing in #Rhizo15,  Dave Cormier asked that we post our Learning Subjectives. Our learning what?
( Say is ain't so, Dave! )

It wasn't until I read several other posts that I began to understand what a learning subjective might be. Although that meaning was rather slippery.

The phrase, alone, is such a mouthful

        of
                                     emptiness

and perhaps       
       
that the genius of it                                  

--- all that room                         

in the middle 

to wander.


II.

I could make up something here, offer it up
in this in/between space of digits and light, but I'd be lying.

And so,  for now my only 'learning subjective'
is to favor the conjunction,
and                              

5 comments:

  1. Creating empty space for middle... it's what i'm trying to do.

    and

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  2. Ands are much nicer than buts

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  3. If we're not to use 'and' at the start of the sentence then it must be in the middle. Is there no beginning and no end and

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