A visual poem that could change the world

Visual poetry is a new way of seeing that is not always seen as art, but has the potential to change how we see the world.

A visual poem is an audio poem written in a language other than English.

Visual poetry can be about a single object or an entire environment.

It’s a poem that uses sound and imagery to convey meaning.

Visual poetry is one of the new ways of seeing in the 21st century, said Laura B. Suggs, founder of The Visual Poetry Foundation.

It’s important for us to be aware of what’s happening in the world, especially with the rapid changes that are happening in technology, but it’s also important to be connected to that world and to be able to take stock of what is happening with your own life.

For me, the most beautiful thing about visual poetry is that it doesn’t just happen, it is created by a human being.

I can create something and then just put it into the world and watch it take form.

This is something I can share with people and have people respond to it and say, “Wow, that’s a beautiful poem.”

Bennett, a visual poet, teaches at the University of Pennsylvania.

She has written a series of poems for children in schools around the country and has written for publications including the New York Times, Time, Newsweek and Esquire.