"rhyme is seen as anachronistic by most poets"
(06-06-2016, 11:41 AM)rowens Wrote:  It's the refinement, the advanced state of the art. You write something send it out into the world fifteen minutes later it's wrapped in the bubble of history and someone's safely an expert in it from outside the bubble's nook. Besides that, there was already an expertise ready for it. The refined, perfected formula is set, and people want to get to work, their custodian work. Historical custodians. Art custodians. Poetry custodians making these assessments and essays on the outmoded use of rhyme. I may be a custodian too, but at least I know my place. Nothing but a janitor closet.

Wonderfully cynical.  I understand how you feel, but it's not all that bad.  

Nearly so... But not quite.

This is also why I limit my personal interaction with the interwebs.

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