Rhythm and Rhyme Workshop
Dr. A.celestine Raj Manohar Md
(2/5/2005 6:40:00 PM)
Although, I say that 'old is gold', not that one is averse to trying modern trends and innovations.The point is though poetry must and will change with the march of time, the beauty of poetry present in the yester-years' compilations and compositions cannot be sacrificed.The yester-day poets wrote poetry all life and it was their livelihood while what today's poets do generally is as a pastime and a hobby! So, you will certainly find that the modern developments are NOT as good as the older ones, be it classical poetry or Free verse of yester-years and could always be inferior to the earlier ones.Your idea regarding Eliot's work is a good and challenging one.may be, I may try it!
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