Poetic mysticism is not to be about fanciful otherworldliness, but organic enjoyableness of the naturally induced sensitiveness to the ever surrounding immediateness being put into one of the multitude of aesthetic forms effortlessly, and for later.

Remembering, pure chance, and more or less fortunate coincidence.

The inability to read poetry might be, in fact, one of the symptoms of existential illiteracy.

The micro-essay has been published on Art & Science in Philosophy of Mind. The caption comes from Naked Being.

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