In Two Words: Quote by Wordsworth

Photo credit:  Kristin Hoppe, flickr under CC License

Photo credit: Kristin Hoppe
under CC License

There’s a creative activity I like to engage in that allows me to walk away from a quote with a greater benefit than merely having viewed words with a quick scan of the eye.  I call it “In Two Words”.  You can find out more about it in the introductory post.

When I post a quote, I encourage you to join with me and consider the quote long enough to formulate a response “in two words”.

Here’s today’s quote:

Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart. — William Wordsworth

In two words, what does this mean to you?  How do you interpret Wordsworth’s words?

My response:  emotional expression

10 Responses

  1. heart speech

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  2. Wow! Love it. Thanks for participating. It means a lot to me.

    Blessings,
    Kimberly

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  3. A lovely post.
    Thank you for including us here.
    Warmest regards,
    Jamie

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  4. Hidden treasures

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  5. When it comes to heart matters it is tough to pin words especially only two words. But this is a brilliant exercise of contemplation, awareness and appreciation for the deeper things. I love how you inspire us to seek and appreciate the finer things and meanings that we so easily take for granted. Here’s a couple more:
    Soul surrender
    Divine inspirations

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