greetings,dear soupers!... synesthesia[sin-es-thee-zia] in poetry: is an attempt to fuse different senses by describing one in terms of another... an example is John Keat’s poem, Endymion:
“….lost in pleasure at her
feet he sinks,
Touching with dazzled lips her starlight hand. “
(The interplay of sight and touch is
psychologists include seven kinds of mental images:1) visual ,2) auditory, 3) olfactory 4)gustatory,5) , , 6) ic (awareness of heartbeat, breathing), and 7) kinesthetic (awareness of muscle tension and movement).
write an original, NEW, ORIGINAL POEM on INNER BODY MOVEMENT .. how does your body connect with sensations in unconscious ways when you are in your special space ( a garden, the park---this is up to you) …please watch video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOL5tZSrTmM as this is your guide…
special note: *conveying synesthetic imagery and pictorial appeal using kinesthetic with 1 or 2 senses would be required…* only free verse is allowed, minimum 12 lines, max 18… *no erotica please!...
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