Am I Beauti Fully Bro-ken Or Beauti Fully Broke-in? by Spidey Williams

By Spidey Williams

At any time when I write my lifestyles tale, it comes out how i think yet now not regularly what I see. at any time when i glance within the reflect, it exhibits me all i will be able to by no means conceal uncooked & uncensored. It offers fact to me. what number people have an alias pen identify, nickname that we're referred to as, except our delivery identify? You don't need to elevate your hand or nod your head, yet at the very least attempt to smile whether it's challenging. i used to be bred & raised a Christian, yet i think i'm much less of a guy & extra of a God. each poem I write a minimum of one individual like, however the ones written in sorrow & blood, humans always remember & strangely love. It's demanding for me to bleed externally while I've been bleeding internally because i used to be born. by means of age 11 I had thirteen knowledge the teeth, & medical professionals name me impressive, through 14 i used to be suspended 15 instances in years, facts referred to as me usual! via 17 i used to be excellent back, from publishing my first poetry ebook, results of heartbroken. must have advised the witch medical professional by no means heal me, should've congratulated Cupid, for failing back, must have went to each wishing good, & retrieved each penny for my concepts, rather than publishing my first poetry ebook, entitled, "Poems From The Heart"

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Wordsworth's 'Prelude,* from the cliff that "upreared its head' in the night above Ullswater to the "blue chasm' that was the 'soul* of the moonlit cloudscape beneath his feet on Snowdon, is the archpoet's testament, both theory and demonstration of this way of reading nature. His "Tintern Abbey' is another classic instance, a whole pantheistic poem woven of the landscape, where God is not once mentioned. After the 'soft inland murmur,' the "one green hue,' the "wreaths of smoke . . as ... Of vagrant dwellers in the houseless woods' (always something just out of sight or beyond definition), it is an easy leap to the "still, sad music of humanity,' and a sense sublime Of something far more deeply interfused.

Earlier poets had launched their epics by invoking for inspiration a 39 ENGLISH KOMANTIC POETS Muse, Apollo, or the Holy Spirit, Wordsworth's opening lines, which have an identical function, are: Oh there is blessing in this gentle breeze That blows from the green fields and from the clouds And from the sky . . Released at last from the city and the oppressive weight of the past, the poet says 'I breathe again"; but so, we find, is nature breathing, in a passage where the wind becomes both the stimulus and outer correspondent to a spring-like revival of the spirit after a wintry season, and also to a revival of poetic inspiration which Wordsworth, going beyond Coleridge, equates with the inspiration of the Prophets when touched by the Holy Spirit.

Revised version copyright © 1960 by M. H. Abrams. 37 ENGLISH BOMANTIC POETS the renewal of life and emotional vigor after apathy and a deathlike torpor, and an outburst of creative power following a period of imaginative sterility. Coleridge's Dejection: An Ode, written in 1802, provides the earliest inclusive instance of this symbolic equation. The poetic meditation is set in April, which turns out, as in Eliot's Waste Land, to be the crudest month because, in breeding Me out of the dead laud, it painfully revives emotional life in the observer, miring memory and desire.

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