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The feeling could be described as a low-level, calming, “ameliorative against despair caused by long-term/existential concerns,” and “distantly exciting” sensation of being continuously surprised in a positive manner.I feel interested in viewing a brain scan of Michael Earl Craig when the “idea” of the second stanza "occurred" to him, then comparing that to brain scans of moments in Michael Earl Craig's life when he felt “in love.” One can feel Craig sort of rapidly, incrementally “learning” the idea of the second stanza in the last two lines of the first stanza (“The trainman shudders at the thought.
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Tao Lin was born in 1983 and earned a BA in journalism from New York University.
Known for its flat, affectless style Lin’s work is loaded with references to pop culture and new media and communication technologies.
- Power of Love and relationships The first aspect of forming a social bond is an attraction, and there are many different ways in which people are attracted to those around them.
Attraction refers to positive feelings you have for another person, it can be liking, love, friendships, and lust.Woman Savers reserves the right to edit or delete any inappropriate women's poems or those poems which do not fall into the relationship or infidelity poem categories.Relationship implies the state of being related by kindred, affinity, or other alliance to a person or a group of persons.—but emotionally it somehow seems like something has been completed, that one is “finally” satisfied relationship-wise, causing one to feel mostly “gratitude.” Because of the theoretical yearning for “more,” though, one seems to feel the gratitude as a kind of “very powerful acceptance,” acceptance to the degree that it becomes sincere gratitude, causing it to be different than “plain gratitude.” It seems like when I have felt this I have been lying on the floor, which is how I imagine the narrator of the poem, maybe because of “I’m writing upside down . .” (I see the narrator lying on his back, writing on something he is holding above him).The most artistically satisfying/exciting moment for me to be forced to read this poem would maybe be when I am experiencing the feeling I just described and which the poem, to me, also describes.Seems like usually during this kind of “fight,” where there is a lot of “standing in place” and staring, there is usually a sentence from a song, or TV, or something, irrelevant to the situation, that gets repeatedly thought, sometimes maybe intentionally (to prolong one’s silence or apparent stoicism via distraction to gain some kind of vague advantage over the other).