Scarcely a photoplay but hints at the imagists in one scene.
In this sense the imagists are descendants of the Symbolistes; they are Individualists.
On this point (rule three for the imagists) Miss Lowell falters awkwardly.
It is not what imagists write about which makes them hard of comprehension; it is the way they write it.
But here for instance are seven colors which the imagists might use: The whiteness of swans in the light.
On the contrary, the imagists have the greatest admiration for the past, and humility towards it.
The day of tropes in poetry is, in spite of the imagists, on the decline.
That the imagists base much of their poetry upon cadence and not upon metre makes them neither good nor bad.
imagists deal but little with similes, although much of their poetry is metaphorical.