Learning to love poetry.
Most of us first had our first experience with poetry early on, most likely in grade school.
We hated it!
It was boring, tedious, and down right unintelligible. As we got older we learned to read Frost, and Sandburg, and maybe Yates and Auden. If we persisted we got the beat poets, then the concrete poets, and later the works of William Carlos Williams and Lucille Clifton.
Now poetry, like many of the arts, has taken a step forward again, sometimes pursuing new boundaries and other times becoming documentary or even life ordering… and life altering.