THE CADWELL STEPPES (english poetry)

I’ve always been convinced that poetry exists within a physical space of it’s own. At times, I’ve used real world locations to set the tone, I’ve used Caliath as a land of sadness, and within the Monadic series, I’m trying to paint it differently. These spaces are symbolic, they are important, as they are reflective of a heightened version of our world.

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Over the next few poems, I will expand upon the Cadwell Steppes.



7 thoughts on “THE CADWELL STEPPES (english poetry)

  1. okay, still reading and re-reading here johnny. this is as always, quite beautiful. i especially feel the third stanza–the contrasts in that stanza–infinite versus finite, emptiness and the fullness of suffering, existence as both children and fathers. i really feel the intensity of these opposites. also in the final two triplets: the relationship between death, violence and beauty, the persistence of love in spite of everything–gorgeous.

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    1. Thank you so much Mariah.
      Your take is certainly interesting and well-thought. The intentions of conveying those informations are there, but perhaps in a more absent stage, rather than not. I don’t know fully how to communicate it, haha. Rare situation here.

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