A Musical Instrument Analysis

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Elizabeth Barrett Browning poem, “A Musical Instrument” is the portrait of human life in line with Nietzsche philosophy of life, art and creativity analogize and analyse the human nature and requirement for art and creation through the Greek myth “the Pan God” which resemble us as the God on earth though still part animal.
We (human) often sacrifice everything to our benefit with our animalistic character and behaviour, as it is part of our regular life rather than doing it for a special reason. However, the special reasons are existing, and as we learn through history, we need to tear down the old walls to lay the foundations of a new era. Although the calm river and untouched natures might be a form of sanctuary for the lilies and dragon-flies but to have the to the artistic world with undying sun that we desire through our evolution. To pierce the sweetness and solace to our spirit and perhaps our civilization, breaking the idols and rules, think critically and artistically and cherishing our imagination and creativity is a requirement. Creation and change require destruction in one way or another,
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We destruct and demolish without any creation idea in mind. Our destruction is not constructive as it has to be, and we often destruct for a momentary pleasure without thinking or considering anything else. The true creator sigh and mourn for the destruction he/she cause. A creator should explore the situation surrounding his/her passion and idea and take responsibility for his/her creation and destruction. May be some greats arts are the result of rationality and irrationality joined together as Nietzsche’s writing suggests never the less “In spite of fear and pity, we are the happy living beings, not as individuals, but as one living being, with whose creative joy we are united” (Nietzsche and the Horror of Existence,
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