Talk: Castle of Poets

Talk: Castle of Poets

In quiet keep, sat him in sleep
In a quiet castle, quiet control (meaning you are in control and no one knows, history poet no one really hitnks about who’s writing and takes for granted; in he’s control), quiet life (keep = subsistence) meaning he lives there and no one knows
sat in sleep, why sit and sleep when there are many beds in a castle? because he is a reader, sleep = stupor because he is lost in memories, sleep = literal sleeping, he’s been reading a long time and tired
The old poet lost in memories
lost in memories, stupor and thinking, deep thought of past, deep though of introspection; dreaming of his past if literal sleep
He chronicles the arbitreals
chronicles the biases of historians because history is between two fighting forces and 1000 years later, a third party comes and interprets it
Events recorded in mystery
Events recorded in mystery because no one actually knows what happened
But in that castle fraught with hassles
Castles fraught with hassles interesting because castles don’t necessarily have bad things, but despite the good life of apostle there are bad things like invasions compared to the other life of the peasants, Good and bad of both world, fraught with hassles because it is a hassle to write history when it’s not even real
He mourned his work so suddenly
He realized that he was lying, Mourning his work suddenly
He sat agape at the fate
He is astonished at the fate, that he’s lying in his history; is astonished that he is following the biases or that there even is bias in history (the biases of the historians)
Of inconsistency in histories
Fate of inconsistency in histories, no two histories are the same, fate that it cannot be changed, that there’s always Will be inconsistency as long as there are biases
In fiery tone he shakes the stones
he is angry and that shakes the stones; he is angry and he literally shakes the stones
Which them down then tumbling
them: poet and his mind came tumbling to the ground, them: castle stones literally fell down because the poet shook a key piece of the castle, them: the biases of the minds came tumbling, meaning the poet does not accept them anymore because he has realized that they are lying, the influence of the biases came tumbling to a stop, to ruin
Crushed the writer in hot fire
crushed the writer: he literally crushed from stones; castle has attitude of its own, so in hot fire (anger), the castle kills poet, when the poet screams in fury at the castle, the castle gets angry back; the biases are crushed (they are collectively “the writer” because they dictate history) in hot fire because the poet was angry and destroyed their influence; he is a historian, in library with fire place, the castle crumbles and catches on fire
As service and selfed reparee
service: literally he is killed as a service of god OR killed as self payment because his moving the castle key piece was his own doing and therefore deserved to die; the castle kills the poet as a service towards itself because its been housing a liar who writes bad history; the poet kills the thoughts as a service to the world; the poet kills himself as a self payment to rid the guilty conscience of having followed the biases of the historians
Flames ablaze and ruins razed
flames: the castle on fire from the fire place; the poet is on fire because the castle fell on him, which the castle is burning; the poets mind and thought is on fire because he was lying and was angry before; the biases are on fire and are to be ruined because they no longer have influence; the ruins are the bad works the poet has written and they are razed (burned to the ground, reflecting the tumbling down from before); the situation is set on fire two times: ablazed, then burned to ground and becomes ruin, then ruins on fire, reflecting the emotion and anger of the poet for having been tricked or for writing lies
Burned the castle so selfishly
burned the castle: the castle crumbles because it has an attitude and burns itself selfishly; the poet destroys the castle selfishly because the castle is the work of many and he one person destroys it; the poet destroys the influence which burned the castle with its selfish intent by lying; the poet destroys the lies (which is a castle because the lies have been recorded by the poet in works throughout the castle so the lies fill the castle, the “castle of lies”), which is selfish because who is he to say to destroy lies?
Palace of thought, life but naught
palace of thought: the place is of thinking, but there is no life; the place is for thinking but there is no life and truth because its filled with lies
Ends the rhyming tragedy
rhyming: its a pattern: pattern of poem, its a rhyming poem about a tragedy that literally ends with this last comment; pattern of historians copying down the lies, makes the poet/historian a poet because he is rhyming with the liars by copying down history, its ended because he removed the bias influence; the pattern of his life of agony is ended because he died (suicided, killed by the castle, etc).

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