"What goes on in your mind and how does it work?"
This is perhaps one of the deepest, most intimate questions you can ask a person. It holds within it all that is beautiful and interesting and unique about you. It might seem odd having a total stranger ask you such an intensely personal question. Obviously, whether you answer it or not is entirely up to you.
you answer it is equally up to you: it could be a gigantic prosaic essay, a few brief paragraphs, a single paragraph, a poem, a picture, or a single line.
How this works:
If you're reading this, chances are you've already been posed this question. If you choose to respond, you can either reply to it privately or post it on your page. If you post it, please send me a message saying you've done so, as I ask a lot of people and can't check all their blogs.
All responses will be published on this blog. A link to your page will be included with each. If you don't want to be linked to or want to remain anonymous, please let me know. The people I pose this question to are selected partly randomly and partly deliberately. If you respond I'll follow you.
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I am trying to create a catalogue of human poetry, a worldwide database of human minds simply sharing themselves and spilling forth their beauty.
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A constant need to reinvent everything I touch, or create it in a manner that is fundamentally my own. I believe everything can be changed or improved, and this has sent my mind on more than a few wild journeys. I completely discount nothing and accept that I am surrounded by a completely malleable unknown, and it is my personal compulsion to use this realization for good.
Ideas are meant to collide at a high velocity and be combined, and every last thing is capable of being taken apart and rearranged, including myself. There is no need for truly concrete reality.
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