The poem is available at every moment; open to the active gaze, resting in the sounds that vibrate the focused ear, awaiting with excitement as one touches or tastes upon the physical elements that are at hand. Even smells reveal their truths, without question, to poets undertaking the exploration of living. All occurrences have potential influence over the act of musing. This is evident when sifting through the wide array of compositions written by the many who would dare to exercise this practice of creative language use; the writer Kool B says. He goes on to point out that the emotional environment that arises during this experience is a manifestation of the human soul proving as it strives to make meaning or sense of the world that surrounds it. The struggle to articulate the myriad of arousals that are derived from navigating this earthly expanse is the challenge that all bards face. Choosing the appropriate syntax, or word placement, to capture the voyage on paper is where the difficulty seeps in at times. Especially if the writer is trying to express that journey to a reader or listener. To take them along, meaning and perception of the rendered language are key factors in the connection between “guide” and “follower.” B asserts that his application of poetry mechanics focuses on maintaining a familiar construct of script that aids in unifying the poem with its audience. He believes that the path which connects audience to writer, the two being worlds apart, at times, is forged by synchronized understanding. A meaningful / relevant poem is one that all can traverse without getting lost in a forest of metaphors and analogies that fence them out and away from its substance . There must be a general ease that must be afforded to the reader if they are to return to a page of creative language. People love temples of their familiars; Kool B concludes.
Wordville Staff Writer: Bingo Lee