farther back past point of no return somehow now is not so far or absolute.
funny, my lines today. opposing swirls of arms flailing - a tree in typhoon winds. staring at my poses in the mirror made me realize I'm not in balance while standing either. just like last class when lying on a flat floor was more state of mind, just not mine. now opposing parts of my… Continue reading tumble
The language of education is complex. I often forget the constancy of codified, jargonized, technical, and acronym-ical terms we use each day. We deal in it fast and loose. The common tongue can unify in most cases. But what about the moments of dislocation? How do we know that we have dropped the audience? What happens… Continue reading u r wlcm