A poet whose better poetry is an insult

A poet whose better poetry is an insult to suggestions, cooperation, well-intended criticism, etc. Will put up the counter-poem soon, I hope.

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1. A poet whose better poetry is an insult

"This is a labor of love, this writing,

how dare she, how dare she

question the poet's hidden paramour,

the poet's hidden intent

with these pitiful questions, pah!

This mongrel voice of inexperience

is offense and affront, oh!

I saw the jealous woe in her eye

oh, this woman is wrong, so wrong.

How dare she question the power,

how dare she unruffle my tidy tell and show?

Women, oh you women, you think so,

what have you lived without me,

what could you show and be true

that is not this bullet of true poetry?"

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