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Against Poetry (Only Poetry Can Save America)

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This pattern supports previous research which found the beneficial potential for humor to release negative mood scales and replace them with a positive sense of euphoria or elation. Both males and females appear to benefit from the enjoyment of specific humor content when angered. Source:… Read More

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“Mars and Venus come back anew / They give each other mad kisses”

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The Internet Appears in the Morning Like a Hand / Full of Cashews and Coconut Meat

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Postmodern Sonnet

They. Who? Remixed your soul. A name chopped past MIRAFYN Then a number, roughly, an age? A scratch of photos suggesting a girl. You? Too Old. 24. We bear the weight unnaming You of living. Who? Leave this place we will find you Followers who… Read More

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Wikipedia Poem, No. 64

View this post on Instagram Scenario No. 1174a A post shared by joseph m. gerace (@bogotahorrible) on Apr 14, 2015 at 5:51pm PDT an extinction or biotic crisis large-scale mass extinctions marine ambivalence in a geologically short percent large-scale major mass extinctions have significantly used… Read More