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Michael Wright
editor for | writing on art, poetry, spirituality, film | doodle by | “Be like the seraphim—all eyes."
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Michael Wright 10h
Replying to @disneybritton
What a beautiful memory! I love all those religious layers in one place.
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Michael Wright 23h
Replying to @kvslice
The simplicity and tenderness, the history entering the bread...it’s a gorgeous poem.
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Michael Wright Aug 17
pair with Kiki Smith:
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Michael Wright Aug 17
Replying to @kvslice
If you're into bread/food/culture, please read this poem (looking at you )
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Michael Wright Aug 17
And in the kneading hinge forward, let the weight of what you carry on your shoulders, the luster of your language, shade of your story press into the dough. —Lena Khalaf Tuffaha, "Eating the Earth"
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Michael Wright Aug 17
Replying to @jehawbaker
V fun. That’ll be a great trip!
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Michael Wright Aug 17
Replying to @jehawbaker
I still haven’t gone 😭 it’s been on my radar for a while...I hope I can make it sometime! You guys planning on seeing the Met fashion exhibit?
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Michael Wright Aug 17
The Nevelson Chapel is getting a facelift:
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Michael Wright Aug 16
Replying to @HarrisIII
How cool! 😃
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Michael Wright Aug 16
Replying to @lauren_wilford
this might interest you. they're so ghostly.
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Michael Wright Aug 16
Currently obsessing over Maura Murnane's images built completely out of retouching layers of fashion photos:
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Brit Bennett Aug 16
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Michael Wright Aug 16
Replying to @adalehunt
...I thought it wasn't that great. Like in a "this is Studio Ghibli? Really?" kind of way. And yes: Spirited Away is more tone poem and Kiki is more accessible novella. They tell similar stories, and I love both. L and I were surprised at how sweet/moving Kiki was.
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Michael Wright Aug 16
Replying to @adalehunt
I love that Pocco is so low 😆 🐷
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Michael Wright Aug 16
Replying to @ayshabkhan @ostadjaan
🤓👍🏻 her poems in this book have crystal-clear, kindhearted language. Similar to Naomi Shihab Nye.
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Michael Wright Aug 15
Replying to @ayshabkhan @ostadjaan
hi are you guys familiar with her? I'm reading Water and Salt right now, and I'm floored
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Michael Wright Aug 15
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Michael Wright Aug 15
Replying to @kayaoakes
😳 😳 😳
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Michael Wright Aug 15
Replying to @anxymag
right?? He has some really beautiful ones:
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Michael Wright Aug 15
Replying to @martynwendell
I just did a google search after reading this, and wow. Such a reverence for the mundane, for ordinary light.
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