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The roots of this feeling lie in primitive rituals of propitiation through which man identifies himself with the physical world of animals, plants, and inanimate objects to beg a kind of forgiveness for some transgression, usually the taking of an animal’s life in hunting. It is a ritual filled with the dual awareness of the regrettability and the necessity of death. Most of Kinnell’s best poetry is in this propitiatory mode, evoking natural objects, creatures, and landscapes to come to terms with and attempt to transcend temporality.
Inspiration, for many creative people, is the easy part. Often they have more ideas than they have time to realize those ideas in an art form. Following inspiration, the work at shaping one’s new idea begins, and this is when creativity comes into play. Metaphorically speaking, structures are built— buildings that will eventually wear, ruin, and tumble down, as seen in the narrator’s internal ruins described in section 4. Religion is a system of belief centered on the existence of a deity or of the human soul.
The narrator’s brother’s advice was given nine years ago and, from the use of the word ‘‘another’’ in the title and from the ruins of section 4, it is clear the narrator either did not understand his brother or has failed to have faith in his own creativity. In section 5, the narrator continues to watch and listen to the nightdarkened world, seeking inspiration. ’’ Coming upon a rooster in section 6, though, the narrator observes it picking through the snow for a grain. The snow is symbolic of death or sleep while the seed represents new life.