Human civilisation is a record of the relationship between words and thought. And no one knows the problem of this relationship more intensely; no one has felt it in his blood more deeply than a sensitive poet. History throws up ideas, thoughts and perceptions concerning life and reality. These perceptions are conceptualised into dogmas, ideologies and theories. At the social level words acquire the smell of these dogmas and ideologies, like butter in the refrigerator. And as the poet take