by Bogdan Christian Blascioc
If Christianity, from late antiquity to Renaissance and even further, told us that: ‘Man is the centre and the purpose of the entire creation’, the conceptions were changed with the passing of time and after the scientifical revolution the history witnessed clearer than ever before the shift in anthropological beliefs, everything ending with the current views that stipulate that the world doesn’t have any immanent or transcendent finality and the human species represent just a fortunate accident of nature (from the perspective of humans, of course). 8,497 more words
This is exactly the kind of poetry I aspire to write; lyrical, clever in rhyme and imagery and extremely emotional.
I just read this and it is now one of my favourite poems, probably because I can relate to it and I really love poetry that just seems like a piece of someone’s soul turned into art.