Michael Allyn Wells
Stick Poet Super Hero ~defending poetry in american culture
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Sunday, November 12, 2006
Why Do You Write Poetry?
You write poetry because...
Your attention span prevents longer lines.
You like to get together with friends in the garage for a little enjambment session.
Your body is posessed by a dead poet and you have no choice in the matter.
You are hopeful it will impress someone... anyone.
It is the supreme sign of your non-conformity.
You haven't the foggiest idea.
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