Old Bad Poems, Making Fun Of Accents
Page 22: "What About Wisconsin?"
I'm not reading this one aloud. I apologize to my friends and family who are from the places I ridicule in this poem.
I feel like I need a version of the WB disclaimer in front of their old cartoons here. I was young! Naive! An idiot!
Old Bad Poems; look yall asked for this
Page 17/18: Folks
I think I thought I was wiser than my years.
Old Bad Poems
Day / Page 11: "Quatrains"
Originally these were split up into "Quatrains I & II" and "Quatrains III & IV", but they're all on the same page so they are here, as well.
This piece is interesting to me, now -- it gestures toward my semi-obsession with the divine that developed later, though it's, as per usual with these, naive. I do like the structure though, mostly -- it's a little simplistic and these days I'd vary it more.
Old Bad Poems
Day 8: In which I channel G Stein without knowing it. Also featuring a read-aloud, per request.
Bad Old Poems
In today's installment, a particularly fluffy piece. Of interest is the supposition by seventh-grade me that these poems would comprise a best-seller.
war, bad poetry
This is a #hottake and also #political -- whoa
It's funny; I actually mention the exact time and date I was writing this *in* the poem, and it was right after the Iraq War started. I guess I've always been worried about us blowing ourselves up.
Library tech by trade, poet/cook/doggist by shade
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