Reason as the Leading Motive

Abstract Poetry; Kandinsky style!

Posted by Jerry on July 19, 2005

Here’s a poem I wrote, attempting to emulate the “abstract” freedom of Kandinsky’s expression in painting, or that of Pollock’s. I’ve tried to achieve complete artistic freedom in writing by evicting the realm of poetic expression from the inane reality of coherent words and phrases. Just as abstract painting is a complete renunciation of any anchorage in reality or concretes — letting the creative juices spew out abstract expressions in self-guided designs onto the canvass, my poetry is a complete renunciation of the traditional use of letters and words in arrangements of commonplace language to allow for unbridled emotional expression in the written form.

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One Response to “Abstract Poetry; Kandinsky style!”

  1. innommable said

    This is just hilarious! I only have one thing to say…. DA DA.

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