Reclaim the culture


Bad poetry is like dry scalp- you want to scratch it till it goes away.

I felt that way this evening as I stood, squinting in the sun, as a man ranted dismembered words full of angst at the sky, like a rudderless rebel. It amazes me how ubiquitous and banal some of our “accepted” poetry is. Publishing means nothing except a bias supports your cause…at least in his case. Raving words do not a poem make, and if his is the face of the accepted poetry of the PC world, then I say we take it back- reclaim the culture.

When wickedness, rage, and vacuous verbosity are the poetic norm, the culture of poetry is cancer-laden. It is up to those who have a heart supporting right, supporting a good heritage, supporting life, instead of the culture of death. It is our responsibility now to counter and consume the cancerous growth, replacing it with a poetry for the people, by the people, and of the people- not a godless rebellion bent on the destruction of all that is good.

 

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About thelostkerryman

Thelostkerryman is an author, entrepreneur, and disciple- this side of Tir Na N'Og- living in the forests of a consistently confused country. Here in this hill country, hurling doesn't usually involve a hurley, store-made soda bread resembles an inedible Irish megalith, and Kerrygold is only found hidden like a luck penny in the belly of Kroger. This blog is an account of his adventures, thoughts, eclectic -and eccentric- ramblings, random or insightful poetry, humor and non-humor, pictures (photos), video, essays, fiction, poetic fiction, nonfiction, drama, and writing he has not classified in the description above. All of my posts, thelostkerryman.wordpress.com, everydayasadisciple.wordpress.com, and mrandmrsboring.wordpress.com are copywrited according to international copywrite law.
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One Response to Reclaim the culture

  1. Uncle Tree says:

    Well then, I hope to be the exception.
    Cheerz to peace and luv, Uncle Tree

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