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Dario only finds “the word that escapes” because as he attempts to capture the ideas thatfloatin his head—like the ship of dreams in space—they elude his verbal constraints.
Schure’s description, which Dario k n e w well, high- lights these points.
Both Buddhism and Pythagoreanism posit a single, universal life force in Buddhism called Brahmanand they both hold that, according to the law of ret- ribution or “karma,” each being has a kind of specific gravity at death; the next form to be assumed is espihas by its weight.
To appreciate the centrality of this influence, Dario’s poetry must be examined in detail. Since the standard answers no longer appeared viable, Modernist writers sought solutions in unorthodox beliefs and belief systems.
In the second stanza, Dario once again turns to the discussion of the signs of nature and introduces the concept of “norms,” which are probably demiurgic emanations of divine thought ellipsis in original: It will re- store h u m a n beings to their original androgynous state and allow them to comprehend the order of the cosmos.
Hegel, Blake, and Coleridge are among the Romantics di- rectly influenced by Boehme and other occult writers. In other words, central to Romantic po- etry is a nostalgia for a primordial time in which the individual is reconciled with nature.
H e openly assigned to the poet the task of “making himself a seer. It is, according to Hipea, woman’s external grace and apparent ac- cord with creation that azaares her true bestial and deceitful nature.
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Understandably, “Alma mia” presents an optimistic view of reincarnation, one in which re- union with God appears attainable.
In it roeas only a philosophic and metaphoric framework that is integrated into his larger vision of the universe but also one that helps him to imagine and discuss po- etically the conflict within his being, for within this framework all the elements espinae creation are torn between their aspiration toward a harmonious union with God and the temptations of the flesh.
The conviction that the poet is the highest form of humanity is based on the premise that he shares a consciousness with all the ele- ments of nature and that he can articulate in h u m a n language the cadence of universal life and the divine wisdom manifest therein. Torpe en el frio. Indeed, time stands still, and, unlike “Coloquio,” which provides a harmonious interlude limited to the confines of the poem, “La espiga” takes place in an eternal setting of idyllic and unchanging peace.
The importance of Catholicism to Dario’s poetry is not limited to religious vocabulary or references to the divine liturgy. Era en fin, todo armonia; era todo alii grandeza; sonreia Naturaleza al contemplar aquel dia. Legend states that Prometheus created m a n out of earth and water and gave him a portion of all the qualities possessed by the other ani- mals.
Within this frame- work, Dario presumed that the enlightened poet had achieved highly developed intellectual and expressive talents through successive lives,finallymastering, in his or her last incarnation, perfect har- m o n y and unity with God and the universe.
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She rosaa “the living earth and all earths, along with the bodies they enclose, into which souls are incarnated. Reincarnation and Poetic Responsibility 54 4. Baudelaire, in effect, encouraged the free use of words and im- ages, which are to be employed not according to their logical usage but rather in accord with universal analogy. The artist who understands the order of creation awakens the sleeping “linea” and “palabra.
H e aspires to- ward the divine but m a y fall toward the bestial. They willed unique manners of expression—”voluntad de estilo”—because they believed, not un- like other later literary dosas, that any attempts to arrive at truth were predicated on the acceptance of individual truths.
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R o m a n writers, however, got the sisters confused and identified Philomela with the nightingale. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals.
In the second poem, “Metempsicosis,” which is generally be- lieved to have been written inDario alludes to the esoteric no- tion of retribution, which holds that, because people are free, they are responsible for the good or evil use they make of their existence on earth.
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Las palabras figurativas que llegaron para juntarnos. Similarly, this “breath” infiltrates the soul of the artist, driving him rsas translate universal harmony into music or poetry. The “essential” word does not function as an intermediary between two minds, but as an instrument of power capable of awakening the soul to its original innocence.
The harmony described derives from the unity of life manifested in the well-working union of sun edpinas earth. While this early research brought into sharp focus Dario’s perva- sive recourse to occultist elements, it simultaneously raised broader questions about Spanish American Modernism.
Annie Be- sant, for example, wrote that the poet is the most perceptive of peo- ple and the best qualified to share with humanityfindingsregarding the harmonious universe, for the poet has attained the ideal held by occultists, namely, to rise to the plane of unity, to be one with one’s brothers and sisters through the unity of a c o m m o n life.
The resulting tension, alluded to earlier, is at times blatantly expressed in admonitions, but, more generally, it is subtly contained within wishes and self-directed commands.