Loose Verbatim #FreeVerse #Poetry

A free verse written by Lee Sonogan

Verbatim Transcription vs. Non-verbatim Transcription Rules

Science is not a thing. It’s a verb. It’s a way of thinking about things. It’s a way of looking for natural explanations for all phenomena. – Michael Shermer

Redundant repetition of a minded narrative,

Not giving more data to an abstract quote,

Rewriting someone else’s work without proper permission,

The clearly restated gets on my nerves but certainly not dumb.

Auxiliary boosts hit the juncture between vice versa, 

You don’t know the multiple intended meanings compared to,

Those interactive augmentations I am aware of allowed, 

And your subjective generated perceptions unable to bust eventually to come.

Not from the past although key title word worthy,

There is great timing to actions documented,

Translations suggesting quotation qualified to at least my bid,

Transcription rules clean is a content collection, whole verbiage is attempted justification of already exiting.

Poetry is not a turning loose of emotion, but an escape from emotion; it is not the expression of personality, but an escape from personality. But, of course, only those who have personality and emotions know what it means to want to escape from these things. – T. S. Eliot




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