Gary Diamond (04-10-1984 / Portsmouth, UK)
Biography of Gary Diamond
Self-professed laziest poet alive. Works in short bursts of creativity before getting bored and not writing again for months. Hates 90% of poems submitted here, but knows that the ones he most hates are probably the ones people would actually comment on and score highly.
Influences are Bukowski, Vonnegut, Burroughs, Burgess, Orwell, all the idiots of the world, all the bad landlords and whatever else.
Also a musician, painter and intellectual. Party trick: playing four wine glasses at once.
Gary Diamond's Works:
Published? You've got to be joking.
Have you read anything I've posted here? I can barely string two words together, let alone write a novel or a big book of poetry.
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- 1/4 Of Your Average Deck
- 100 Cups of Coffee
- 2nd Restart Interview
- 3 Bottles of Whiskey a Week
- 4 Stops To Home
- 5 Minutes of ITV2 Fame
- 6 O Clock Ramblin'
- 70 Grand And Counting
- 7th Weekend Of The Year
- 8 Hours In A Cell
- 9 Minutes Is Probably Enough
- A Master
- A Violent End To This One
- A Window
Pain And Pain Again
Say it aloud and paint the walls in blood, your blood
No-one wants to listen to how you really feel
I've been forgetting this and that
And only holding on to what feels right.
Maybe I care too much
Maybe not at all.
I'm not sure where it begins and ends.
Does the promise of death scare me anymore?