One thing which never ceases to amaze me, as a native English speaker, are the great depths of meaning which those who are express themselves in their second (or third, or fourth ...) language are able to communicate. It is almost as if, by stripping away some of the complexities of language and the cultural constructs which go with that allows more profound truths to be shared. Even simple statements can suddenly sound like poetry.
Using the wonderful resource "Paint Chip Poetry" we explored the colours and shapes of our emotions and our lives.
From the simple starting point of "choose up to three colours which represent how you are feeling right now"; we heard: