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the useless manifesto

Art, photography, poetry, all of this joins together for a weird orgy we call Unlikely Blond (UndergroundBooks)

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All poems that are good are useless.

a useless poem can’t be properly “consumed”

There is something lodged in the reader’s throat.

a failure

A BEAUTIFUL MALFUNCTION

ulcerdream

in the womb of capitalism

My daughter’s ponies covered in glitter.

probably lead.

One day we will all be dead and completed

but a useless poem lives on, like some highly radioactive substance

“What Does it Mean to Consume a Word”?

a consumption of words, lists are popular

alas TO POEM  is in some way a spiritual activity

an atheist a boring ass poet does make

to consume: each word can be accurately related to its meaning

The Glitch of Ambivalence: Poetry

or “GOD”

where “knowing” is impossible

“Three Degrees of Taste”

Thus we can conclude that the business of poetry is

a revolutionary Act against The consumable properties of Life as Usual!

All persons have their most important documents read:

birth…

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Jeremiah Walton is wary of bios, but there's the current sign they're flying: “Jeremiah Walton is founder of Nostrovia! Press & traveling bookstore Books & Shovels. They’ve featured at the NYC Poetry Festival, Oakland Beast Crawl, San Francisco Lit Crawl, Death Rattle, the Kansas City Poetry Throwdown, Cleveland’s Guide to Kulchur: Snoetry, among other lit fests, street corners, & living rooms across the country. They loath-themselves, & are struggling to find a healthy extension of the poem that incorporates publishing. Consistently confused, & trying to make space for compassion for the parts of myself I hate.” That feels like tattooing "love me" across my neck, but hopefully you get to know me thru my poems, not the accolades that are nothing more than memories to let go of.

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