The Mundane, the Existential, and the Poetic
The author explores and advocates for a poetry of the mundane. This article includes an analysis of the developmental process by which a writer of â€œextraordinaryâ€ poetry becomes a poet concerned with enlivening the ordinary. Existential notions of nothingness, authenticity, and the â€œI-thouâ€ relationship are explored as they pertain to a poetics of the mundane. Poetry is presented relating to mundane objects, mundane events, and mundane relationships. The author explores how paying attention to what is mundane can help lead the poet towards confronting existential truths.
Journal of Poetry Therapy
Furman, Rich, "The Mundane, the Existential, and the Poetic" (2007). Social Work Publications. 234.
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