Rachel Knight

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Posted 10 Years Ago


and Angelo Cantera . . .

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Posted 10 Years Ago


oh, did I tell you about Ziggy Zagmeier. You really have to check him out. :)

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Posted 10 Years Ago


I'm a little eclectic. I'm allowed--at my age. Love Elvis, especially Kentucky Rain. Love Maya Angelou--I saw her speak at the University of Cincinati many hears ago . . .

I echo Emily Dickinson in my poetry some times.

I don't see Phibby Venable in your friends list . . . you should check her out. :) I'll try to think who else you need to know. Looking forward to spending more time browsing through your postings.

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Posted 10 Years Ago


LTF is a fine, fine writer.

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Posted 10 Years Ago


I'm obesssing about the opening line exploding...I can see bits of letters zinging like shrapnel...or maybe it explodes into new poems...and if one line can explode what about the others! Is reading dangerous? And does the line explode in or out of the mind? Or in the eyes? And how the hell did it explode!?! Who pulled the pin?

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Posted 10 Years Ago


I wanted to make very, very, very sure that I in no way offended; there are precious few actual writers around here, and I didn't want to be the dumbass who drove one away.

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Posted 10 Years Ago


I love the Satan piece, and I have no idea why.

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Posted 10 Years Ago


essentially, yes. i study neuroscience, and so a lot of my life is focused on rational, scientific explanations for the phenomena of existence. i love this, but one of the biggest roadblocks in neuroscience is an explanation of consciousness. how is it exactly that from the non-sentient movement of atoms we get such incredible feelings, self-awareness, etc. that's what i was going after with this poem. thanks for the review!

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essentially, yes. i study neuroscience, and so a lot of my life is focused on rational, scientific explanations for the phenomena of existence. i love this, but one of the biggest roadblocks in neuroscience is an explanation of consciousness. how is it exactly that from the non-sentient movement of atoms we get such incredible feelings, self-awareness, etc. that's what i was going after with this poem. thanks for the review!