Hurry The Curry - Poem by gershon hepner
HURRY THE CURRY
If journalism's literature that's in a hurry,
then TV sitcoms all are theater in a hurry.
If democracy is rule without dictators,
marriage, as a rule, is sport without spectators.
Pound said that literature is news that's always news:
when it is poetry don't trust its points of views.
Poems that are long are generally a bore,
the number of their lines should not be more than four.
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