19 sept. 2007

Here's a list of Rothenberg's desiderata for "deep image" poetry:

"a heightened sense of the emotional contours of objects (their dark qualities, or shadows);

their free re-association in a manner that would be impossible to descriptive or logical thought, but is here almost unavoidable;

the sense of these objects (and the poem itself) being informed with a heightened relevance, a quickened sense of life;

the recognition of the poem as a natural structure arising at once from the act of emotive vision."

2 comentarios:

Nada dijo...

I fucking hate that word: "heightened."

Jonathan dijo...

I bet you don't like "quickened" either then.