From: "Carrol Cox" <[log in to unmask]>
> I never correct people.
> I like to regard it as a partial test of whether they read what is on
> the page/screen or, rather, see only what they expect to see.
Reminds me of Hertz' law:
The consequences of the images are the images of the consequences.
People are in corrigible.
Seems to me that trying to reduce feeling in poetry to a set of "tools"
(hammers, screw-drivers?) is to deprive that feeling of its essence which is