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Coherence & Interruption

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The argument by Jamake Highwater that poetry destroys everyday language is true. This emergence of sound poems, which are abstract, poems or poems that without words is what has contributed to this. For one to construct them, they have to break down language into its various abstract parts which comprise of individual letters and syllables and then reconfigure them into meaningless sounds. The other alternative to abstract poems is poems which are in multiple languages and when read at once appear as intelligible (Hawley 104). Through destroying everyday language, sound poems offer a metaphor for destruction which arises due to war and a commentary to act on deceitfulness of language.

Poetry is proficient in that it is real in that people write it to express real emotions. It also enables a person to think critically and see beyond the surface. A poet does it through metaphors or abstracts to make a person think critically. Poetry also expresses beauty and emphasizes art. Poetry is different from everyday speech and writing. Poetry brings the issue of ambiguity is expressing various opinions.

It, therefore, acts as an insufficient way of expressing one's views and opinions. Through this, it is tremendously different from everyday speech and writing since it cannot express the message that one intends exemplary without a sense of ambiguity. This is the principal reason as to why many people consider speech as exemplary means of communication, as opposed to poetry. Poetry relies on the feelings, perceptions, and history of the writer. This may be at times misleading since people may adopt ideas and perceptions of other people, which may not be necessarily right and appropriate.

Normal communication is the best since it will express the intended information clearly. It also eliminates chances of adopting other people’ s perceptions, which may be, at times misleading. Poetry also depends extremely on a person’ s interpretation. Many people with a different understanding may view the same information from a different view depending on their level of understanding and thinking.

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