Below is an example of a contemporary New York School poem. Both generations of the New York school believed in accumulation and wit didn’t just have a place, but was poetry. Noting current events, pop culture scenes that came and went, and what the speaker saw in their walk was all poetry. It was a way to say everything and nothing at once. Poems became a game between friends and an unknown audience, seeing what little things they would mistake for a bigger meaning. Of course, not all of the poems were pure play, especially in the case of the work produced by the second generation. However, trying to prove a political/ethical point wasn’t the original driving force of the movement. The poem below certainly doesn’t try to swing the reader one way or another, but enjoys the fact it’s being read.
1.) Lunch is better than dinner.
Some people express care, love, and gratitude with flowers. Roses, daisies, and sunflowers being the most beloved. However, there are a few others express those emotions with cacti and succulents.
College is the time for experimenting. You’re still young. You’re going to be introduced to many different views and walks of life. Everything you learned (history, science, how a class functions even) before is going to be questions and you're going to like it. Your liver is fresh and hangovers are cure easily with a plate of tator tots. Cheesy eggs if you’re feeling fancy. That being said, please drink responsibly.
Alabama: One of the fifty states in the United States of America. Where Sarah and her parents and her grandparents and their grandparents have lived.
Here are a few popular ships, ranking on a scale of 1-10, based on the Marvel cinematic franchise.