Why does drama historically mimic the rise and fall of the male orgasm?

Is there a dramatic structure that is multi-orgasmic?

Are some dramas sexually frustrated in rhythm, not content?

Why does literature disturb the monotony of the heartbeat with fluctuating rhythms?

If stories traditionally mimic the birth, growth and death of nature with a beginning, middle and end, what happens to stories in cyberspace?

Is comedy as toxic, irreverent and effervescent as urine sprinkling in a toilet bowl?

Do poems have the same cleansing, cathartic effect as a good bowel movement, as well as appealing to our higher sensibilities?

Or are some poems more like eating a lavish meal or tasting wine or burning your tongue?

Why are most dramas (films etc.) contained in the same time frame as a dream sequence at night?

Are writers conscious or unconscious of the biological rhythms of their structure?

How do the biorhythms of writers affect their writing?

Do you write best at night, in the morning, in the winter or the summer, outside or inside, lying or sitting etc?

How does your breath affect your writing?

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