"We order that the poetsâ€™ rights be revered:
- To enlarge the scope of the poetâ€™s vocabulary with arbitrary and derivative words (word-novelty).
- To feel an insurmountable hatred for the language existing before their time.
- To push with horror off their proud brow the wreath of cheap fame that You have made from bathhouse switches [clearer translation: "from toothpicks"].
- To stand on the rock of the word â€œwe,â€ amidst the sea of boos and outrage."
By comparison, how timid we are! And how powerless! Are those things linked?