May 28th

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” Pablo Picasso

9 Responses to “May 28th”

  1. lisa Says:

    unlucky for me i seem to have retained one aspect of my artistic nature
    but its based mainly on design
    and has a strong obsessive compulsive component
    so i’m finding it hard to deal with the missing 24th 25th and 26th.

  2. Sunday Quotes Says:

    cute and so true =]

  3. Susan Says:

    Me too Lisa, not putting the pressure on Poetic but the day I told a few people to visit was the precise day that time stood still in the Poetic Universe…
    So glad you’re back!

  4. jacqui Says:

    The 24th was a photo of a tibetan with a goatee ( beard) and the quote said : “There was an old man with a beard, Who said: ‘It is just as I feared! Two owls and a hen, Four larks and a wren Have all built their nests in my beard” ( Edward Lear, I would paste up the photo myself but I was ubale to)

  5. jacqui Says:

    no sorry I meant he 25th was the goatee beard

  6. jacqui Says:

    and the 26th was a photo of a goat with a tibetan child looking up in wonderment at the once a year event of the unfolding of the great thangka at Drepung and the quote said “success is co-operative” ( from the sentiments of Malcolm Gladwell)

  7. fred Says:

    When my boys were children ( like all children)
    they were wonderful artists….when they had to
    go to school it was educated out of them…..

    • Poetic Universe Says:

      HI Fred. Thanks for the comments. have been in Mainland China and unable to reply due to firewalls. I met lots of people who say things like – I wanted to be a musician but my teacher really told me that i wasnt any good, and even after twenty years , these people still believe the opinion of one teacher. Amazing! How about your boys now, Are they doing anything to regain their inner artists?

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