Thursday, October 11, 2012

Pears. What does the appearance of a pear teach us about poetry?

And what it doesn't.
First the affirmative. The physically of both pear and poem should please. Not much of a leap to draw the similarity between the shape of pear and woman. All to the good.

Second, there is more than one varietal of pear. Same with poetry. As my grandma said, "Nothing singular to nature."

We speak in generalities (pear or poem) cognizant of the subtle variations.

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1 comment:

  1. axiom 10/12

    that so which finds us without

    can only sing the next line

    and possibly one after that

    we must heat up everything that falls

    our way

    one and then the next and then the