Gary Diamond

Rookie (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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Coping

Why does every time I fall in love feel like the last time
As if, if this is not the one, the be all end all
Then I'm not going to be strong enough
To jump on the wagon and start again

It's a goddamn mess to be sure
And sure of that if nothing at all

I'm keeping myself to myself most of the time

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