Black Poetry : MODERN WRITERS

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    Most modern writers lack the skill and drive to possess our minds for very long. I want to be driven to think and having done so, realize another step in my life's dream

    EmilyDickinson is one of my favorite writers as is Walt Whitman, different yet both tough the inner soul so resolutely

    Hard to believe, but men at war like to remember their loves.
    As real as war and death are to a soldier; quiet moments in the trenches with a picture of a love is just as compelling and real!

    He speaks well of sharing life as a soldier not just an officer. But the plain bread and salt too.

    Can't fault Kipling, reading him is like drinking spring water!

    A sharing of reality from within
    And without a poet’s being,
    Resulting in traditional, modern,
    Post- modern, avant-garde
    Or prose formation…

    Perhaps, in the future
    It will be experienced
    Without words? For
    As defined poetry
    Is more than words, or
    Their rhythm, or their rhyme.

    D.H. Lawrence described it
    As: "Life springing itself
    Into utterance from its
    Very wellhead".

    Another poet Coleridge
    Referred to it as " the infinite
    I AM reverberating in
    The imagination".

    And a French writer, Bremond,
    Suggested that poets conceive
    The germ of a poem in a
     
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