Writing as an art form is complex yet straightforward. The rules create consistency and challenge our creativity each day. Poetry involves a form of relative consistency for flow and tempo, yet it doesn't. The balance of rules and innovation drives artists to form new stories. Diab.Art in Winnipeg is here to talk about how Mr. Daibo II himself creates all of his poetry pieces. Check out his latest writings at our online art store today!
How Mr. Daibo II Creates His Poetry Pieces
Building From Mental Phrases and Images
Analysis paralysis is a real scenario for preemptive writer's block. However, a reliable way to write past it is to do just that, write. Mr. Daibo has an effective method for constructing an image or phrase in his head and then writing it out. These serve as the building blocks to continue the creative momentum for all of his poems.
Open Endings From the First Draft
Using the momentum of the first draft, Mr. Daibo purposefully keeps the endings of his pieces ambiguous and open to interpretation. These ambiguous conclusions allow the reader to follow a similar but individualized path that advocates open-minded, critical thinking and perspective.
Emotionally Deep Thinking and Relatable Content
Putting one's soul into your work is a critical component that Mr. Daibo goes by in his writings. Emotions are a baseline form of universal understanding and communication amongst human beings. The process for these works stems from emotionally driven deep thinking and the priority to connect to others' feelings and viewpoints on life and experiences.
The Relationship Between Light and Dark
Taoism often invokes the philosophical notion of balance. Yin and yang, light and dark, maintaining a strong relationship between the two is vital for Mr. Daibo's written works. Reality is often a reflection of this relationship, with poetry elaborating on the connection between light and dark.
Contextually deep and universally understanding, the writings of Mr. Daibo are pieces worth everyone's time and personal reflections. Are you interested to see it yourself? Diab.Art has a digital library of Mr. Daibo's works so that you read his poetry today!