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A Bifurcated Analysis of Overly Indulgent Self-Reference and Metacriticism (#poem)

I don’t like all your self-referential poems and Confessional narratives where you just go on and On and on with your boring anxieties and Insights into a meaningless existence. I mean, just like the time you said She floated on … Continue reading

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Monsters (#poem)

It’s years since I slithered From the antediluvian muck And took my first steps In a reeking miasma. Prying open eyes Unaccustomed to light, I recognised, first, evil. I awoke to enemies. I set out with purpose. They must be … Continue reading

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