Rhythmic based time, synchronicity, poetry and awareness

Poetry is unusual when thought is given to its magical ways – the tempo within verses that end with rhymes. Somehow this structure accentuates awareness and sensitivity, to give meaning to poetic phrases by reconnecting with itself by forming a strange loop of sorts. The connection is the commonality with reconnecting with the scared, the number of syllables and ending rhymes, and the timing involved with not giving up too early. The connections are otherwise meaningless without the human element provided by language. Nevertheless, poetic meaning is supplied by the apparent synchronicity found in commonality. This rhythmic based time that underwrites verse and rhyme gives birth to the awareness of poetic beauty.


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