What you see is what you look for. Our lives become more about what can be viewed on a smartphone, and less about what can be found right in front of us.
Deterred by our own self-deprecating limits of language and imagination we no longer see the colour, emotion, and beauty hidden inside every single one of us.
When are we not creative or analytic enough? When is it too much? This curiosity fuels our language, our creativity, our poetry. Our love for making the world which we see is what cycles this everlasting beauty.
We have evolved. We invented a different breed of language. As we evolve evermore, we will fight for our serenity within to capture this pure, eurythmic and honest understanding.
Within this chaotic world of rules, I have let romanticism and science fuel daily curiosities, and share them in a way that makes better sense and yet still up for mystery.