#1
Guess most people will dislike this.


I’m considering abandoning poetry
and pursuing a career in acting.
It’s a good way to allow for
misinterpretation.



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#2
It was good. Short, but I liked it. It brought a smile to my face and a poem this small, I suppose that's all you really can hope for. I mean, it didn't say anything incredibly profound, but it was effective in its own way. Def. Not what I was expecting, though.
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#3
go for it
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#5
you can call me whatever you damn well please.

and your welcome.


OH I thought of one complaint I DO have though..don't put a tiny little message at the top that says "you will probably dislike this" or whatever it says, because that displays a lack of confidence. Which is something you don't want to display.

Just throwing that out there.
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#6
Quote by haunted_engines
you can call me whatever you damn well please.

and your welcome.


OH I thought of one complaint I DO have though..don't put a tiny little message at the top that says "you will probably dislike this" or whatever it says, because that displays a lack of confidence. Which is something you don't want to display.

Just throwing that out there.


Not really lack of confidence. More of a disappointment with myself and my work lately...
#8
Actually, all sense of confidence or lack thereof left to rest, the small print is an interesting precursor considering the content of the piece haha.

I like the content though, really. Simple and to the point. I love when I read short pieces that aren't lacking .

Not sure about the title though...

And on an end note, I have found in the past that disappoint with your work typically amounts to a severe improvement (I'm speaking about general things, but I'm sure writing as well). I hope you find this as well.