The poetry of ethics

Why fewer rules diminish freedom

Even after years studying English literature, I’ve remained somewhat confused about the nature of poetry.

On the one hand, modern poetry has given rise to free verse and prose poems, which reject the structure of traditional poetic forms. On the other hand, classical formats such as sonnet, haiku, iambic pentameter, even limerick, demand adherence…

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Ethics ninja, keynote and TEDx speaker, recovered hitchhiker, podcast host, and community rabbi at yonasongoldson.com

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Yonason Goldson

Yonason Goldson

Ethics ninja, keynote and TEDx speaker, recovered hitchhiker, podcast host, and community rabbi at yonasongoldson.com