In the Thicket of Bad Poetry, We Need a Machete

“We have to recover the older standards for writing poetry, and if we have the slightest inclination, we should encourage it as much as we can . . . The first stuff we write will probably not be very good, but we should laugh at it and keep going. We are laboring for the kingdom” (Beyond Stateliest Marble, p. 233).

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