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For this session we close-read the poem Someone Is Studying Einstein’s Brain by Miles Solstice, posted below.
Our prompt for this session was: “Write about studying someone.”
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Someone Is Studying Einstein’s Brain by Miles Solstice When the next great dies will their emails be packaged and published revealing their motivation for everything they ever wrote enlightening researchers satisfying curious readers? There’s more written down now than ever and none of it is written down. Ten thousand elephants sway in the breeze. Blades of grass conspire against a dandelion. An albatross flies five hundred miles without flapping migrates pole to pole. The price of a one hundred trillion dollar bill. Have you ever sat next to a campfire until your shoes began to melt? And what of the toes in that case?