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Syntaxis Lee Goldstein

Syntaxis

Lee Goldstein

Published September 25th 2015
ISBN : 9781517508616
Paperback
70 pages
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The poem often crosses many planes of existence: the objective realities of living and politics- the less objective world of illusion- individual consciousness- subconscious, and what I like to think of as having its own singular existence:MoreThe poem often crosses many planes of existence: the objective realities of living and politics- the less objective world of illusion- individual consciousness- subconscious, and what I like to think of as having its own singular existence: spirituality beyond religion. When a poem can be read once, and fathomed, I wonder about its depth. Poems not offering challenge are hardly even at the complex human surface. There is a quality in this poetry, as one can struggle with a deep koan and its meaning, yet ultimately realize the truth of emptiness. At first that surface appears impenetrable, yet persistence often finds the world of the author and therefore recognizes scars, or open wounds - this recognition is communication rarely coded with words, but with the visceral sense free of any surface - emotional yet beyond emotion. These are things the explorer can find in the following pages Steve Creson, Poet