Poetry and Stupidity

K. Silem Mohammed:
One thing you don't see much of in the magic business, I'm guessing, is magicians who fall for their own tricks. That wouldn't just be stupidity; it would be insanity. In poetry, however, it's fairly common. Draw your own conclusions.

(via Ron Silliman)

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  1. When poetry becomes a magic show, we're in trouble.

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