Poetry Guide My old one-sentence poetry guide told me: 'Start out: Choose a great theme and a great emotion And wrap it into a well done execution.' Be introduced to: The world theater of exciting spectacles in The pantheon of human gods, mute idols and illusions, Listing all great men and their achievements. This rejected, My position is: Follow stringently the lines of forces in A kaleidoscope of jumbled perspectives. Be introduced to: Forces grow out of intentions and conceptions in The minute up to the meso- and macro-scales, Where a merit is put into the budding motion. My new one-sentence poetry guide runs now: 'Start out: Choose a sound heart and a true vision And wrap it into a well done execution.'