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The History of Literature Episode #62 - Bad Poetry

Everyone loves and admires a good poem…but what about the bad ones? After discussing his own experience writing terrible poetry, Jacke analyzes the 10 things that make a poem go wrong, assesses the curious role of Scotland and Michigan in developing bad poetry, and reviews some candidates for the worst poet in history, including: 232 more words


"I'm not going to let his memory lie there.I'm going to pick it up like a dropped feather..."

” But to let him die. In front of a restaurant in Dawson Creek? I’m not going to do that. I’m not going to let his memory lie there. 489 more words

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