Wednesday, December 1, 2010

if i "wear my heart on my sleeve," where do i wear my questions?

14 comments:

Filipeusz Suxus said...

:|

The militant working boy said...

A body isn't big enough to hold all the questions you want to ask. And the world isn't always big enough to hold the answers.

anne artist said...

mvp, i love your comment! thanks.

Bleeding Healer said...

If I say you wear your questions in your heart does that mean you wear your heart on your sleeve?
BH

anne artist said...

bh, that is an interesting twist. both my heart and my questions might then be worn on my sleeve.....

the saying, as i interpret it, means that my heart is out there, visible to be seen.....

Miranda said...

your forehead, so the person with the answers can see them right away and not miss you.

anne artist said...

m, as the saying goes.....that's using your head!

Sir said...

It would hurt to sew a heart onto anything, theres a reason we have ribs and wear clothes, we need the armor.

Questions, on the other hand only need armor if you are a diplomat and are worried about wikileaks.

anne artist said...

sir, i can wear armor over my heart, to protect it, but then my heart will not be free and it will lose its rhythm and forget the beat.

i am wondering what is an armored question.....it is an answer that no longer asks?

Nana said...

on your heart?




:-\

Sally Ang said...

Maybe ..wearing your heart on your sleeve is not protecting it,maybe heart should be keep safely in the inside of your body ....perhaps questions should be hang in the air....so that whoever come in touch with it ....and knows the answers can answer it ....or questions can be dropped from the wearing so that it can be answered :)

anne artist said...

s.a., beautiful. thank you.

a heart is definitely something to be cherished.

ForNever said...

you were your questions were your heart was and put your heart on your lips. that was you can only tell your heart to who you want to tell and keep your qestions for the ones you love. it seems backwards but going backwards is going forward.

anne artist said...

fn.....how creative! thanks!