Date of Award

2015

Document Type

Open Access Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Fine Arts (MFA)

Department

Stonecoast

First Advisor

Stephen Motika

Second Advisor

Justin Tussing, Interim Director

Third Advisor

Dr. Manuel Avalos, Dean

Keywords

Stonecoast MFA, projectivist method, verbal artform

Abstract

Such that a collection of poetry dictate to the reader the candidate's existence as having been, then, there, elsewise now, here, the current , whenever, by whatever means available to him; that the rain may fall on the sound roof which houses this work and the work of its fellowcraft, for whom this stands, in part, a monument to tall friendship: that each poem work as having occurred; that this student display somehow what has been taught to him hitherto; that he is very excited to be here; that you are here; that the Stonecoast in Maine, which has bettered the candidate immensely, may be done right by; that location freely play its key role in the language and thinking of the poesy herein, as in "setting," and as in moreso; that the history of ideas may be peripheralized herein, such that the poet display rigorous study of and care for the craft; that the poet's use of the abstract be shown as a measure of tolerance against carelessness and stand no stricture and suffer nothing obvious; that the poet recollect always and forget always and in all ways remain navigable to whatever presides over; that your voice say with the poet, who joins you, specifically here; that some honor may attempt to be paid to the forebears, such as an offering before them; that ground be, as well as the poet can, not retrod but blazed; that the poet may say something into the night and have the morning remember what was said ; that the poet may better like to call himself poet by the end of it; that the poet realize, who better, his indebtedness; that the writer take on a quality of the humble immortality and wherewithal of the craft...!

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