Centers

Sunday, January 11th, 2009

Regarding this post on poetry, there are still further questions. Every block of poetry must have a center or be centered as if it were a unique or single poem.

In addition, a new concept developed last night. It has to do with time, simultaneity, and four dimensional views, meaning 3D plus time. This isn’t hard to figure out. The concept goes like this: A medieval cathedral is a four dimensional object. Typically, they took more than one generation to build and they have material and spatial scope. The other metaphor is a painting that takes generations to complete, thus each layer has a different surface of compression.

This approach is freeing. Rather than a narrative line intertwingling the bits and pieces, relations work through the compressions.

It’s fun again.


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