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Can a poet be inspired to write, not consciously aware of motivation?

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  • Can a poet be inspired to write, not consciously aware of motivation?


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Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 16:18
isn't that why we write, to try and examine ourselves our world, the reasons why or why not, knowing when the sun rises is knowledge knowing what's between that and when it sets is wisdom
Answer #2 | 19/12 2013 16:40
G. Bourne In answer to your intro question, I would say Yes. However, I think as time goes, the inspiration gives the poet some clarification as to its source(s). A skosh different from the norm or your great writes, for some reason I found some personal emotion evoked not only me but from the author as well. Wherever the is good, their is evil, happiness > sadness, money > greed I feel a sense that through ones faith though the war has already been won, and the preceding time is an observation of how we fight each battle. Do we fight for our own glory or someone else's? Do we do stuff for me, #1, or put others ahead of ourselves? Congratulations on a well written and thought pulsating piece Construct and rhyme navigation was a rubber stamp to a very good poem from an excellent poet Mr. Bourne.
Answer #3 | 20/12 2013 01:49
Lovely and sad sentiments expressed in this, with hope felt at the end. Yes inspiration doesn't ask, we don't always choose, but happens for sure.
Answer #4 | 21/12 2013 19:02
To answer the question: Inspiration has many hidden depths, of which we are not always aware of. As for happiness, for many it's just an interlude between turmoil and despair. A profound poem with many layers of thought...

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