Funny internet dating poems
(from "Show the Next Night")* Spit on the Devil, by Samantha Bernstein What's so funny: The comedians, great moralists of our day,are giving lessons in reality, likeliterally, on the meaning of and necessity foran objective one, as it is known.
These poems will definitely last longer than the relationships did.
Don’t Close Yourself Off Online dating is rife with unrequited messages and unsuccessful dates—each a fresh leak in the life raft of your hapless heart.
That sounds bad enough to make anyone hide behind towering walls of sarcasm. Do you think football players rely on sarcasm to protect them when they’re about to be tackled by some monster linebacker?
This is the kind of outlandish and generalized subjective-disguised-as-objective statement critics make about poetry all the time, donning their authority as one might don a hat.