Dallin Bruun

Rookie (01-20-1982 / Salt Lake City, UT)

Dallin Bruun Poems

1. Kids Want To Smile 11/17/2010
2. Jonathan's Snake 11/17/2010
3. The Dork 11/17/2010
4. So Many People 11/17/2010
5. Something In The Center 11/17/2010
6. The Tree Room 11/17/2010
7. A Billion Falling Parts 11/17/2010
8. Golfing By Myself 11/17/2010
9. An Enviable Watch 11/17/2010
10. Work 11/17/2010
11. The Tie-Died Sky 11/17/2010
12. Beauty Poem 11/17/2010
13. Because You Don'T 11/17/2010
14. My B-Word Side 11/17/2010
15. Human Evolution 11/17/2010
16. To God Or The Big Bang 11/17/2010
17. Another Hummer Poem 11/17/2010
18. Rehearsals 11/17/2010
19. Lonely Hunter 11/17/2010
20. My Generation Hates Poetry 11/17/2010
21. Weeknights 11/17/2010
22. Orion 11/17/2010
23. Phone Books 11/17/2010
24. The Secret To Feeling Special 11/17/2010
25. Flexibility 11/17/2010
26. Happy Valentine’s Day 11/17/2010
27. Cavemen And Stress 11/17/2010
28. The Rug 11/17/2010
29. Bearclaw 11/17/2010
30. Healthy Crap 11/17/2010
31. The Condescending Jerk 11/17/2010
32. A Guide For Utah Survival 11/17/2010
33. Sitting 11/17/2010
34. Norwegian Heathens 11/17/2010
35. War And Peace And Reality Tv 11/17/2010
36. Nothing's Inspiring 11/17/2010
37. Meditation 11/17/2010
38. The Cheesecake Factory Menu 11/17/2010
39. Feeling Like An Idiot 11/17/2010
40. Children And The Large Hadron Collider 11/17/2010

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Best Poem of Dallin Bruun

I Went Golfing

I'm so unstable
I mean, I took second in poker last night
and I was pissed because it was 2 in the morning
and it was going to throw my
schedule off the next day

I have meditation at 11
it's supposed to rain at 3
I have this expensive golf pass
and every day I can't use it
it just eats at me
not to mention a ton of work to do

'$%@*#^! '

(One of these days
someone is going to catch me screaming like that)

my poetry is so self-deprecating
plus it's both a home movie and boring
the two things my creative writing teacher says to ...

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Human Evolution

it's so fun to complain
I mean, we're taught not to
but people are most passionate about
their love and their complaints

like it's human nature
like the cavemen who complained
survived better than the
caveman who sat back and enjoyed life

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