Brilliant writing, the work of artists like Wordsworth and Elizabeth Smart, can awe me with its sense of sheer beauty. Nevertheless, it feels to me as though these remarkable writers rely primarily on their delicious prose to draw me in and forward. Something is missing. There is no structural “draw.” Their work is widely read, but couldn’t it find a larger audience if a structural “draw” could be integrated. There is something essential, something revolutionary (and likely offensive to critics) in this approach.