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We are in April now – the spring is coming. And it all happens while we are at work with our begun and “perfectly” unfinished things. The ideas keep coming. Today we offer you a quote from Richard Blanco’s poem.

I don’t think you need to introduce Richard Blanco. He is a public figure, poet, award winner, author and civil engineer. And he read the inaugural poem during Obama’s second inauguration as president of the United States. As a poet and as a teacher, he did not discriminate against anyone in his university work.

With this fragment we hope to show you a new and fresh look at our concept of Unfinished and “forever works-in-progress” – the cycle of the seasons always finds us during creative work.

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“I’ve been writing this since
spring, studying the tiny leaves
on the oaks dithering like moths,
contrast to the eon-old fieldstones
unveiled of snow, but forever
works-in-progress, since tonight
with the battled moon behind
the branches spying on the world—
same as it ever was — perfectly
unfinished, my glasses and pen
at rest again on the night table.”

Good spring to everyone!

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