Young men in fast cars,

September 7, 2007 at 6:21 pm | Posted in writing | 2 Comments
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Linked, two young fops, dandies, we woulda called ‘em, standing next to two fast cars pay’d for by Daddie who is a solicitor and mummy who ownes a boutique. The poet as revolutionary is a concept that can only be applauded since it is the duty of the poet to explore, if not new selves for an old dog then new ways of being, of walking down the street with metre but if you got nothing to say, say it to someoneelse, hah, The young man in fast car built by hand behind dark bars from pieces sourced from rich young men with empty dreams of false glory, he learns a way to live, the poet, to preserve a thought defiant, and unlinked,


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  1. I see poets as revolutionaries because they observe and articulate unequivocally, that which they see in life. And with the beauty of words, they depict this ugliness of the lives we lead, striking catharsis and making us revolutionize our thoughts towards orientations that seem better.

    interesting post!

  2. Yes, poetry can have a unique honesty and in some situations honesty is a revolutionary act.

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