March 26th, 2015

Updating Picasso’s Lovers and What Was Said to the Rose to Make it Open Was Said to Me Here in My Heart

By Ellen Greenblum

Table of Contents: JSE March 2015 — Sustainability: What’s Love Got to Do with It?

 

Picasso originally painted his Lovers so that the man was looking at the woman, but the woman was not looking back at the man. In my interpretation, I represented the female as strong and gazing back

Picasso originally painted his Lovers so that the man was looking at the woman, but the woman was not looking back at the man. In my interpretation, I represented the female as strong and gazing back

This interpretation of Rumi's poem sheds light on listening. Listening to the subtleties of nature is a way of loving, of connecting, of allowing our hearts to be opened.

This interpretation of Rumi’s poem sheds light on listening. Listening to the subtleties of nature is a way of loving, of connecting, of allowing our hearts to be opened.

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