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Wednesday, May 06, 2009

'Demerits points for Bad Poetry' by Brian Doyle

"It is entertaining, at least to grinning essayists, that the price for poetry's occasional unbelievable power is the incredible ocean of self-indulgent, self-absorbed, whinnying, mewling muck produced and published annually (though not in Eureka Street, of course) under the tattered banner of the Poem. "

A thoughtful article at

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