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Unsteady Dances with an Unsteady Partner by Same-side
Unsteady Dances with an Unsteady Partner
or "Where, Oh Where, Did My Little [God] Go?"

This was written as a semi-imitation of James Tate's "Consolations After an Affair", but as one can (hopefully) see, the piece has gone in its own unique direction.

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Which stanzas fit best/worst within the overall movement of the piece?

Are there any line breaks which seem out of place? Which ones?

Which images stand out in a good way? In a bad way?

What would you word differently? Why?

How do you interpret this poem?

Does there appear to be a unifying theme?

How do the two titles affect your understanding of the piece?
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If it is true - as the Bard says - that "the lunatic, the lover, and the poet are of imagination all compact," should we treat a creative mind the same as a diseased one? Should an infatuation with the voices in one's head be considered all that dissimilar to an infatuation with the voice of one who says, "I love thee"?

Men and women throughout the ages have done "crazy" things for love and for art - self-murder, self-mutilation, and self-sacrifice being among the most common. If lunacy means losing touch with reality to the point of total malfunction, then those afflicted with the arts and with eros may have only lost touch with certain parts of reality. For the artist, one loses touch with that part of reality that fails to inspire; likewise, for the lover, it means losing touch with that part of reality that fails to evoke. Depending on the individual, this "eclipse of the heart" may drive one to create wonder, or atrocity.

Generalities aside, Shakespeare has given us much to consider with his statement.

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Lexi247 Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2015
Just stopping by to say hello :hug: Have a wonderful day!
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SilhouettedRider Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2015  Professional Writer

Hi! On behalf of Deviant-Writing, I would like to welcome you to our group and thank you for joining! :)

We currently have a poll going on our home-page, and we would really appreciate it if you could take the time to vote and even comment, so we know what to focus on in our group. :aww:

 

Please feel free to check out our home-page to see all of the activities and programs we are hosting, along with details on how to participate! We can help you gain comments on your deviations, get writing advice, and participate in contests, as well as much more.

 

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I look forward to reading your deviations. :huggle:
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Stasia101Official Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2015  Student General Artist
you are an extremely talented writer, from what I see :) you don't waste time getting done what needs to be done, and you've created many amazing pieces in that time <3 I've added you to my deviant watch, because I think you're worth watching. I'm a writer myself, i do poems, short stories and i'm writing a novel ;p good luck for the future, and all the best! cheers, Ana x
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TheMaidenInBlack Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2015
Thank you for the points towards the super group status. :heart:
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JACAC Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014
i . g o t . a n o t h e r :w00t:
t h a n k . y o u . =)
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