Of People and poetry

Just curious if anyone has ever written poetry about one person, an epic poem, so deep you know should
You tell it, not only that it would
Be published, but also that it would
Be copied?

Have you written such a piece, only to realize that the piece was not about the initial subject, rather, that it was/is a ballad of something or someone else?

That now you know, and now, you realize even though said poetry could be published, that instead you would
Simply share it? Is not that the nature
Of poetry! Poetry is simply communication, it is not a method of profit, of quantity, of demand and prices and cost.

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About Adeimantus Aletheia

Adeimantus was the older brother of Plato. Aletheia, is the old Greek word representing both absolute truth, and relative truth. The Delphic Knife (Delphian Knife) is mentioned by Aristotle, as one of the first multi-purpose, mass produced knives. The purpose of a knife is to separate; the purpose of this blog, will be to separate truth, from lies, and to discuss rather important facets of our Society- that society - being the United States, and the international (as well as domestic) social climate that it (we) operate within. My Background: Dabbled in Oceanography, engineering, and law, before deciding on a movement into managerial economics and political science. I have studied Greek and Latin and German (briefly French) in order that I may better understand the basis of the words that form our method of communication today (that method being English). In addition, my mathematical skills have been honed through a stint in engineering, and improved as I got my degree in Economics. My political science degree was for fun, although the philosophy courses I took, caused a profound and permanent change in my methods of thought- I highly recommend all students to complete a "tour" of philosophy for their own personal use.
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