fredag, juli 07, 2006

CANADA IV. Sharon Harris. «Fun with 'pataphysics, 174. What do poets think?»

As far as I know, poets don’t really think on the same level as we do, so answering your question is a bit tough. Poets don’t have the brain development that we do, so they don’t have a conscience or any of the other higher order functions. They can dream, however, and almost all of their daily activities are results of habit or instinct.You can train them by using the granting system, but you can’t train them to think for themselves (i.e. without you, they can’t figure out how to fill out their grant applications, etc.).

Poets vaguely recognize things outside of their inner feelings, so it is difficult for them to form social hierarchies and relationships amongst themselves. If I were a poet, I probably would not think about my future or past at all, but just pay attention to what is happening right now.

2 Comments:

Blogger sangvinikern said...

I wanna be a poet.

12:04 a.m.  
Anonymous Anonym said...

Enjoyed a lot! »

12:35 p.m.  

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