In these poems, I am attempting to plumb the emotional aspects of being Homo sapiens: Moods and attitudes. They also remain an attempt to slow the reader down, pulling the reader out of the humdrum world of platitude and cliché of everyday language imbued with cynicism. Each contains cascading effect of little epiphanies. From beginning to the end, they provide a world of thought while engaging in play as a child to expose relativism and contemporary cynicism and foster vision for tomorrow. Schiller’s play drive may best describe the style. Meta-modernism may best describe its heart.
The multiverse is neoliberalism, the postmodern. Fredric Jameson tells us that what postmodernism in the arts gives us is the logic (the key) to the postmodern culture and that is all. The postmodern artists are waiting for change, not remembering that they may instigate the change. That is where metamodern artists pick up the relay baton and show a possible way to change or a way to a vision of the change beginning with the heart, interiority, and emotion.