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THE DEATH OF ART
“Reading well is one of the great pleasures that solitude can afford you.

-critic Harold Bloom, who first called slam poetry "the death of art.


I am not a poet.
I want to be rich and buy things for my family.

Besides, I am sort of popular and can honestly say I’ve had a great sex life.


I am not a poet.
Georgia O' Keefe paintings do absolutely nothing for me.
I do not feel oppressed or depressed and no longer have anything to say about the President.


I am not a poet.
I do not like being called an "activist" because it takes away from those that are out on the streets protesting and fighting for our rights.


I am not a poet.
I eat poultry and fish and suck way too much dick to be considered a vegetarian.


I am not a poet.
I would most likely give my ass up in prison before trying to save it with poetry .
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and I’d like it! Heck, I’d probably be inspired.


I am not a poet.
I may value peace but I will not simply use a pen to unleash my anger.
I would fuck somebody up if I had to.


I am not a poet.
I may have been abused and had a difficult life but I don’t want pity.
I believe laughter and love heals.


I am not a poet.
I am not dying.
I write a lot about AIDS and how it has affected my life but, despite the rumors, I am not positive.
Believe it or not, weight loss amongst sexually active gay men could still be a choice.


I am not a poet.
I do not get Kerouac or honestly care much for Bukowski.


I am not a poet.
I don’t spend my weekends reading and writing.
I like to go out and party.
I like to have a few cocktails but I do not have a drinking problem regardless of what borough, city or state I may wake up in.


I am not a poet.
I don’t need drugs to open up my imagination.
I've been a dealer and had a really bad habit but that was long before I started writing.


I am not a poet.
I can seriously only tolerate about half an hour of spoken word before I start tuning out and thinking about my grocery list or what my cats are up to.


I am not a poet.
I only do poetry events if I know there will be cute guys there and I always carry business cards.


I am not a poet according to the scholars and academics and Harold Bloom.
I only write to masturbate my mind.
After all, fucking yourself is one of the great pleasures that solitude can afford you.


I am not a poet.
I am only trying to get attention and convince myself that poetry can save lives when my words simply and proudly contribute to “the death of art.
Written by: Emanuel Xavier