Repertoire Perpetuity #Haiku #Poetry

A haiku written by Lee Sonogan

Routine As Repertoire (Ongoing) - Weng San

There are no genes or areas in the brain devoted uniquely to reading. Rather, our ability to read represents our brain’s protean capacity to learn something outside our repertoire by creating new circuits that connect existing circuits in a different way. – Maryanne Wolf

Potpourri matchstick,

Surfeit in for the long haul,

Athanasia schtick.

“Monotony is the most beautiful or the most atrocious thing. The most beautiful if it is a reflection of eternity–the most atrocious if it is the sign of an unvarying perpetuity. It is time surpassed or time sterilized.” – Simone Weil, Gravity and Grace

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