Poetry, like every art, gives expression to individual experience, individual thought or emotion or perception. Even when it strives to express universal experience, or again merely to record the significance of some object, the experience or the object must be presented as the poet perceives and conceives them. And the expression will be understood only by those who have common ground with the poet, who can see what he sees, and feel what he feels, when he has pointed the way.
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