Poetic Muse

Poetic Muse

Poetry becomes,

Space between the line,

Separated by letter, comma, period,

Encapsulating possibilities.

Evoked Images,

The Poet’s Muse.

What is not said is as important to poetic thought as what is. The Breadth between the line, the mind’s eye , developed with accumulated imagery , from the very first word to the last, the boundary of empty canvas waiting to be filled with suggested impressions, independent or not. Liberated borders of the writers’ thought, by which the reader becomes intuitively informed. Colloquy, soliloquy, spaced, a stream of though that includes unanticipated notions, logical or not, paradoxically co-existent, perhaps analogous to dreams.

Poetic Muse