“Writing is for me a means of modulating and organizing phenomenal and circumstantial information from all points of experience, a process I refer to as ‘tuning’ myself. As I grow older and seemingly remove myself from unity with any singular, or even plural, socio-cultural environment, I seem more ‘on my own’ in a vast environment of internalized experience. My approach to poetics has become the search for responses and behavioral modes relative to this experience, to surviving it as well as conditioning myself to it. Constantly the effort seems to be away from any formalization of ideas or structure or definitive process and towards a rejuvenating line of ‘basics’, that mythical point where each process is fresh and new and wholly responsive to indigenous conditions…
“In a sense, I am trying to cope with the urge of poetry as opposed to the structure of it. This urge seems to lie within the rooted and individual beginnings of the activity, centered on a meditative, self-encoded embrace of those issues and inclinations I find within my own humanness. The intention therefore becomes the opening of experience toward a continual address of the self”
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Love your blog. Nice article. Very interesting topic about languages.
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