Ok, so, umm. First things first, a shout out all of our wonderful admins, moderators, and co-admins. As for my broad reaching, personal message regarding new 'Existential
' and 'Philosophical
' boards, I am so very sorry I did not check this board for this type of a thread, much less the bright red heading about new boards; My Bad
. I hope that all of you may forgive me for not being thorough beforehand. In real life, am a wet dog with an owner that has a teenager that loves nothing more than to give his pets a reverse Mohawk, and just kidding!
Chelle was gracious enough to point me here about my debacle. Again, sorry about the mass correspondence. With the site up and running I was left very excited and anxious. Thank you guys again, this is my heartfelt apology.
Always a pleasure.
P.S. Any hopes for a re-occurring thread like the made up dictionary word challenge, or the haiku thread. Maybe even a cross-section of these two, where we make up a few words/themes, and use the last stanza of the previous poem? All of the above, under an analytical alteration similar to sentence diagram theory, but used as 'Poetry Diagram Theory'. If no such thing exists, we could break new ground together in a fireside conversation, perhaps setting the stage for a literary standard through poetize magazine within a collaboration of philosophical and/or existential poetry analysis. I.E. Stars = Forever, Diamonds, A River Of Light, Where We Make A Wish,
Etc. The following link redirects to a sentence diagram theory explanation; Sentence Diagram @ Wikipedia
. I tried to break new ground within my book using 'Good Quote Analasis'
under this and information theory and sentence diagram theory. I did not however extrapolate sentence diagraming in any detail, or get into a poetry perspectives and/or standards in this manner, outside of its possible use. There are so many wonder possible perspectives out there, as well as the people from which they originate. I am sure we could think of some sort of standard together and hour a week, or 2 weeks perhaps? We are all snowflakes, or the same basic shape out of different building blocks!