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Aristotle was a Greek philosopher and polymath. He began the journey into what we know today as “poetics”, the science of poetry. Poetics and the science of poetry have been central texts in the study of aesthetics and literature for centuries, especially during the Renaissance. And in today’s academic world, it is still considered a profound and important act. art.
Studying the structure of poetry and its value to human society over the centuries allows us to better understand insights into the human imagination. Poetry’s potential to imitate nature of all kinds is easy to see, but its style is inexplicable. The early works of Aristotle and Plato in Greece were important in defining poetry and art as beneficial and good not only for society but for our innate sense of being.
When we read poetry of any kind, our minds wander to fields and meadows, to mountain tops, to rivers and quiet streams, to imaginary homes and bedrooms, or to the darkness of night. Masu. It is by the simple act of letting our minds run free, of crawling into an imagination of its own kind, of exploring more or less, that it gives the reader a poem, only said and unasked for. gives instructions.
It’s hard to imagine that writing didn’t exist thousands of years ago, but we relied on our imaginations to communicate through symbols, symbols, and poignant words. works of art – All important forms of poetics – To build this world in which we live today, we used our imagination to give it function and form. Because our imagination propelled us forward and our bodies had the stamina to carry it out, our helpless, sedentary minds and bodies were suddenly tasked with important tasks. That’s what I decided to do. We want our society, our buildings, our homes, our hospitals, our roads, our cities, our transportation, our relationships, our employment, our civic sense, our government, to be tested and put to good use simply for the greater good. Created through the use of great collective imagination.
Imagine that art and poetry are a lubricant for growth. When we forget from our hearts all rights and injustices, and recall civility and civility to a poetic quality and form. It’s mysterious enough to be just ours, but bold enough to be theirs, and it turns into a collective health and voice.
Our mental health can be harmed in millions of ways, big and small, every day. But our human grit, emotions, and imagination help us move forward, and poetry becomes our vessel through such times. It is not the act of poetry, but the “imagination and tenderness that even the harshest poems possess” that help us find the traces to keep walking through the mud. Poetry becomes a light that guides us when we find ourselves at a crossroads or at a standstill. Poetry cleanses the murky waters when words and actions may be too harsh, harsh, unscrupulous, or redundant, and opens our minds to more ways to communicate and navigate life. It will open. Writing and reading poetry until you find what you are looking for, whether monotonous, predatory, or meager, can help you take a step forward, find flow into a chaotic state, and bring peace to a confused mind. Help bring.
Poetry has been around for centuries, expressing love, loss, shame, sadness, anger, desire, dreams, doubts, hopes, and how what we want should be right and what should be right about the world. It has been used artistically to convey oneness with all those around us. All emotions are shared. The utopia we dreamed of, poetry makes it all a reality. Poetry comes to mind when words and imagination can be used as powerful but silent weapons.
Some of history’s most beloved political voices, Activist, freedom fighters, lovers, musicians, heretics, thinkers, artists, scientists, and marriages have all been bound to their own forms of poetry. When the world is unequal, it becomes the thread that holds it together. Poetic imagination is a way of sewing words into the everyday, a way of gently moving forward without skidding. Poetry becomes an important selection tool for grace and kindness.
There is no one way to begin your journey into poetry. When poetry calls, pick up a pen and write, browse the archives and read. Eventually, when the time comes, it seems that it will guide us with its own shining light – but we need poetry to finally find a home in the crowded and dazzling light. We must write, read, and watch until we are told to do so.
(Devangana Mishra, CEO and Founder of Brain Bristle, author of Desierto Florido)
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