Poetry is an initial morpheme of words, placed one beside the other, which afterwards acquires light, color, and is considered as a complete entirety of ideas and proposals for life and for time. It offers a vision, opens ways to far and luminous worlds, where man can find his integration and the way of his life.
Under such circumstances, poetry becomes a fascinating journey in the adventurous world of ideas.
Man has to wrestle with the storms and weaknesses provoked by his passions, his inferior ego, some elements also which could sink him into dark high seas, where fear and ignorance dominate.
Following such a blind alley and having lost the compass that may help him come out of the dark paths of an endless labyrinth, he finds refuge and a guide in poetry, and by decoding its high meanings, he will find the manner and the way which conduct to domains of deep intelligence and ideal worlds.
Drawing from the definition of the Ancient Greek Tragedy, as Aristotle formulated it, poetry leads to a degree of knowledge and steers to the catharsis of the soul, accompanied basically by pity and fear.