The Many Imageries
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The purpose of many words is to remind us of things rather than to announce things. In poetry, visual elements of some kind are often present between lines. Moon, silver, dust, roundelays... poetic wordings like these create a series of visual links and gift the discourse a range of sensuously suggestive non-visual attributes, upon that they collectively build a strong and conceptual image for the audience.

However, this nuanced notion of image is often hard to dictate, and the interpretations of a single piece of poetic writing can be discursive due to the bifurcation of the reader's previous association with the elements presented and of the response to the aesthetic relationships established by the poets.

However, this nuanced notion of image is often hard to dictate, and the interpretations of a single piece of poetic writing can be discursive due to the bifurcation of the reader's previous association with the elements presented and of the response to the aesthetic relationships established by the poets.