By Stephen M. Fleshner The way you write poetry can be influenced by what you read, listen to, watch, or hear.
If you’re not already familiar with this topic, then you’re in for a real treat.
But before we get started, let’s review some basics about the way your brain works.
Your brain makes sense of your world, so it has to have a sense of what is and isn’t real.
It also has to know when you’re reading, listening, or seeing something and how to react to that.
This is called “awareness” or “sensation.”
The brain’s “sensory system” is where all the information about what you’re experiencing comes from.
This includes everything that is visible, sounds, smells, tastes, textures, colors, sounds and vibrations.
This information can be difficult to pin down.
It’s easy to get caught up in the details of your environment, but if you don’t have a good idea of what you should be doing, how to do it, or how it affects your emotions, then your writing will be very difficult.
For example, if you want to write a poem about the experience of being sick, you’re going to have to learn about your own experience of sickness, and then think about how you might have felt, what you were thinking, and how your mind might have responded.
Your thoughts and feelings are important, but they’re not the only thing that matters.
Your body, your mood, and your emotions can also affect the way you express yourself.
The body is the thing that controls your breathing, and it’s this physical sensation that makes you feel sick.
So, when your body is hurting, you’ll feel sick, too.
Your mind is the body’s source of information about how to respond to that pain.
Your emotions and thoughts are the body-to-mind connection.
All these things are tied together.
What you’re feeling is what you want your mind to be feeling.
So the brain has to be able to interpret the emotions and your body’s responses as meaning something else.
So if you’re writing a poem that says, “I’m sick,” the brain will think, “Well, I can’t make sense of that in a way that you can interpret, so I’ll just think about something else.”
But that doesn’t work when you want it to mean something more important, so you’ll write a line that says “I’ve got an infection.”
That’s the way the mind works.
If the mind is thinking about what it should be thinking about, it will be more likely to write about that, and so you end up writing a line like that.
But what happens when the mind doesn’t know what it’s thinking?
Well, then it’s more likely that it will make mistakes.
It will end up with something that is completely out of place.
This happens when your mind thinks that what it is trying to say is really, really important, and that’s what will end with you writing a really stupid poem.
So when your brain doesn’t think that what you are writing is important, it’s going to think that it doesn’t matter.
You end up making a mistake that is going to ruin your writing.
But when you understand the importance of your own feelings, emotions, and thoughts, then when you have the time, you can write the most beautiful, profound, and beautiful poems you possibly can.
The Brain and the Heart The brain has a lot of nerve endings.
It has many different kinds of neurons, and each of them is connected to other neurons, called synapses.
The connections between neurons make it possible for the brain to learn.
When you learn something, you move one of the neurons that are connected to it, called a synapse, into a new location, called an excitatory synapse.
This neuron will fire up, and the new place in the brain where the brain thinks the information is coming from will be a different place than where it is now.
When the brain is thinking that what’s coming from the brain should be something that should be different, it’ll create a new neuron, called another synapse that will fire.
So you have many different ways that your brain is able to learn and move synapses in a complex way.
If your brain has no knowledge of what it thinks is important or important to remember, it can’t learn and create new synapses to move those things into places that are important.
If it can, then what you write will end in a mess, and when you read something, the mess will get more complicated.
So there’s a lot going on in the structure of your brain, and a lot is going on inside your head.
When we write, our thoughts come from our bodies.
So our thoughts and our emotions come from inside us.
And if we’re not doing anything, these thoughts and emotions are going to be there.
You can try to imagine what you’d feel if you were not