Great literature is simply language charged with meaning to the utmost possible degree.
- Ezra Pound (1885-1972)
Charge is The Lowest Common Denominator in Today's Digital Culture - Another planksip Möbius
Inspired by Ezra Pound (1885-1972)'s quote, "Great literature is simply language charged with meaning to the utmost possible degree". The titled responsion is play on definitions and mixed together with metafor.
The double entendre in this titled responsion introduces this post and the language that it represents. Charging stations are mobile yet limited to the battery life of the laptop. An-apple-a-day is by no means electronic, yet the bites, bits and boundaries that we push with language can be leveraged with technology. The denial of that inner sotto voce is soothing and satiated with the output of something worth reading. How do you charge the potentiality of your writer's voice? Please do tell!
Good literature is a term used for any work of literary fiction that is intended to convey a message through language, usually written in a formal literary style. Great literature is simply language charged with meaning to the absolute utmost, to the point that it conveys a message beyond the capacity of the average reader to understand. This quality, often expressed in the use of language that sounds academic but which in fact carries no more importance than it would carry if written in an informal style, is called the "language of the soul". The literature of the soul can be the most beautiful, moving and profound literature ever created, and when the language is written in a way that it conveys its message in such a way that the reader cannot but appreciate the deep meaning of the words that they are reading, it is truly the best.
The language of the soul can be a language of beauty and simplicity, where language is used in ways that convey the beauty and simplicity of being. When the language of the soul is spoken in an everyday way, it communicates with us in a way that makes us want to hear more. When we are surrounded by the language of the soul, we feel its presence, and it touches our hearts, touches our minds, touches our souls, and touches us in such a way that it becomes part of the fabric of our lives.
To the poet, there is something in the language of the soul that gives the whole poem or piece of literature a deeper meaning, an added meaning. For the speaker of such poetry, there is something in the language of the soul that conveys his or her innermost thoughts and feelings. The language of the soul is the language of a higher power, which in this case is the supreme intelligence.