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Re: 'Cramp The Style'

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  • Vaughn Seward
    John/Gillena, Intriguing. I have added this to the archives: http://cflat7.drivehq.com/Renhai_0289.htm Vaughn
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 6, 2011
      John/Gillena,

      Intriguing. I have added this to the archives:
      http://cflat7.drivehq.com/Renhai_0289.htm

      Vaughn

      --- In renhai@yahoogroups.com, "gillena2001" <gillena2001@...> wrote:
      >
      >
      > 'Cramp The Style'
      >
      > warning motorists
      > landslides on the North Coast Road—
      > the lady anchor /gc
      >
      >
      >
      > voices drift on the night air /jd
      > curfew hours hems us in /gc
      >
      >
      >
      > border crossing—
      > leaving their papers behind
      > they seek a new life /jd
      >
      >
      >
      > Theme: Boundaries / Boundary
      > Season: Rainy season ( Caribbean ); Autumn ( Cold climates )
      > Kigo:Landslide( Caribbean )
      > Process: 2A, 2B; 3, 1
      > Date : October 2011
      >
      > Links 1 / 2: lady anchor (voice implied) / voices
      > Links 2a/2b: voices drift / curfew hems…in: (human / law); drift /
      > hem (opposite conditions—juxtaposition)
      > Links 2 /3: voices, us (humans) / curfew / border (imposed constraints)
      > Links 3/1: border (imposed constraints) / warning (verbal constraint)
      >
      > Notes: Human lives are variously affected by boundaries. In verse 1 the
      > boundary is imposed directly from nature as a result of excessive rain
      > in the Caribbean Rainy Season. Humans are warned about "landslides
      > on the North Coast Road" and the warning is a direct statement
      > showing a need for limited access, obviously for safety reasons. In
      > verse 2a the "voices drift"—implying a relaxed boundary
      > situation, but in verse 2b the boundary of "curfew hours hems"
      > humans in so that they feel limited and the implication is that this
      > boundary is negatively viewed. So Verse 2 offers both a positive and a
      > negative human reaction to the existence of boundaries and is
      > affectively juxtaposed with the concept of "need" for a boundary
      > in verse 1. Similarly, in verse 3, humans "willingly" cross a
      > border (boundary) but leave "their papers behind"—an
      > implication that this is perhaps a surreptitious, secret, unauthorized
      > or clandestine action.
      >
      > Writers: John Daleiden; Arizona, US & Gillena Cox; St James, TT
      >
      > [8-|]
      >
      > much love
      >
      > gillena
      >
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