What’s in a name? Everything – guest post at SunnyRoomStudio

Today I’m guesting over at Daisy Hickman’s SunnyRoomStudio.
Daisy is a poet and the author of Where the Heart Resides:
Timeless Wisdom of the American Prairie
and a tireless explorer
of what it means to be creative – as indeed you will know from the
searching comments she often leaves here. Daisy asked me to write
a piece about names in fiction, so here we go…

WHAT’S IN A NAME?  EVERYTHING

The three chambers of fluid, lacrimal caruncle, fornix conjunctiva, canal of Schlemm, choroid, ora serrata.  Where are these places?  Somewhere under the sea?  No, they’re right where you are.  They are parts of the human eye.

I sense an artistic sensibility in the world of ophthalmology, as though its members are preserving a sense of wonder about what these organs do for us…

Read the rest of the post here

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  1. #1 by DazyDayWriter on November 7, 2010 - 3:29 pm

    Thanks, Roz, for that glowing mention above and for leading your readers to SunnyRoomStudio to enjoy your guest blog post and to learn more about your many talents!

    Love the mask — a book cover for your memoir, no doubt! Best for the day, Daisy @ http://www.daisyhickman.com

    • #2 by rozmorris on November 7, 2010 - 9:22 pm

      And thank you, Daisy, for hosting me!

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