Monet Thomas on “the watering down of poetry for the masses”

Excerpt from Bark:

We all did that thing in high school where we raked a poem over the coals, asserting that the color red represented heartbreak, and some such nonsense. As I got older, and began to write my own poetry, I realized that sometimes the color red was just the color red, and that was okay.

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