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So: flip your stories, dear ones. Marinate your poems, flambé your essays. Make a mess, clean it up, start over where you have to.
Maybe we can learn from the way film moves, how it plays with time and pulls us along with it. And maybe we can also learn from the way even a static image can interact with the viewer's memory and deceive it, telling the story the viewer wants to see.
Here is how I am making sense of this emotion, this heartache, this problem, the world, they offer to us in the same way a child may show an adult their finger-painting or macaroni art. I made this for you. What do you see in it?