But poetry is a way of language, it is not its subject or its maker's background or interests or hobbies or fixations. It is nearer to utterance than history.
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So I suppose poetry, language, the shaping of it, was and remains for me an effort to make sense out of essentially senseless situations.
Usually a poem takes shape accoustically - a line or a pair of lines will repeat itself in my ear.
If I were assigned poems I suppose I'd write more of them but it is entirely voluntary and for the most part ignored in the market sense of the word so the language to me is most intimate, most important, most sublime and most satisfying when it gets done.
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