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Poetry… Sometimes, Why Try?
by Kevin S. Hart

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Poetry… Sometimes, Why Try?


 


Form, always form; from BA in English lit


(Whatever good that will do)


To most holy MFA (O, sanctifico)


Unless you have these, you’re nothing,


Unworthy, unglorified, uninteresting


Might as well let your words decompose


On the floor, where they belong.


I am no artisan, or so I’ve been told.


 


Disenchanted with my attempt


He slashed a monstrous


Crimson “F” across the page


With pithy, witty comment:


“Not rhyme, no reason,


Not poetry, no grade.”


 


Without these blessings, I’m not qualified


Precocious puppy, troubled with paper-training,


Doing what I do, not comprehending inky stains


What terrible fuss seems to arise, that I dare


Let instinct take over, allow words to flow


Not knowing such behavior is frowned upon


In terrible, august, learned company.


 


And so, disillusioned, he sternly gazed


Upon my gift, what I had wrought


Grimaced with greatest displeasure


Mocked shameful work of Man in His name


In disdain, He turned His face


Rejecting blasphemy, cast all into Darkness.



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Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie
I don't care much for form poetry, I prefer poetry that comes from the heart and soul, I thought this was excellent, a plague on critics and their remarks.. Remember..those who can't...teach..ha ha..


Reindeer
Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers
If one expresses their heart, it's poetry. If one expresses another's heart, it's poetry. If one writes from education..it's educational. Write to feel, feel the write. Let the grade worry you not. Very well expressed. Lisa
Reviewed by Gary Gebert
Deb is right. The expressions are ours to own. Not good enough is just another way to stymie a creative mind, heart, ego? If we read it, its something. Screw em'.

Gary
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