Posted April 03, 2020 05:13:10When I first began studying literature at university, my professor was very adamant that it was the art form of the future.
And when I said that I would be reading poetry and reading essays, he said “the only thing you will ever do with this subject is to learn it”.
I’m now in my late 30s and I am still studying literature.
But the subject of poetry has really become a big part of my life.
I’m interested in the history of poetry and the literary forms it’s taken.
But what I don’t understand is how people can define it, and how people have defined it over the years.
I love poetry because I think it gives us the chance to be who we are as human beings and express ourselves.
The word poetry has always been a part of our culture, so we can find our poetry in all kinds of different places.
The only thing we can really do is to get to know it.
The elegy, of course, is an expression of the human experience, so I think the word has always stood for something very personal.
So how does this concept of art help us define what it means to be an artist?
I think the key is to see it as a personal journey. I don