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The tiger
He destroyed his cage
Yes
YES
The tiger is out

>> No.13914361

>>13914345
Based

>> No.13914369

>>13914345
>>13914361
Based

>> No.13914374

The anon
He posted a bad thread
Yes
YES
The anon has (you)s

>> No.13914375

https://is2.4chan.org/lit/1568127615355.webm

>> No.13914392

>>13914345
this is lit af. Mostly because it comes from the mind of a child. I know this isn't some psuedo intellectual garbage because 6yr old Nael dgaf about sounding smart.

The tiger
He destroyed his cage
Yes
YES
The tiger is out

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>/lit/tards misinterpreting a psycho for a genius

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>> No.13914535

>>13914345
neat to be honest.

>> No.13914542

>>13914392
I would appreciate this from anyone of any age besides environmentalist extremists.

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>>13914452
this shit hittin deep

>> No.13914556

>>13914452
JESUS

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The penis
He destroyed his cage
Yes
YES
The penis is out

>> No.13914562

Not to sound like a millennial boomer but this poem always makes me think of that Soundgarden song.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBZs_Py-1_0

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Deep thinkers only (this is from 2002 highschool booklet)

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13914597

there’s a new sheriff in town

>> No.13914599

>>13914345
>tfw will never destroy my cage
make that kid the sage-king, that's someone to fight and die for.

>> No.13914603

Bethany takes the slip of paper and unfolds it. "Read it," I urge enthusiastically.
She looks it over quizzically, puzzled, squinting, then she turns the page over to see if there's anything on the back. Something in her understands it's short and she looks back at the words written, scrawled in red, on the front of the page.
"It's like haiku, you know?" I say. "Read it. Go on."
She clears her throat and hesitantly begins reading, slowly, stopping often. " 'The tiger...' " She pauses and squints again at the paper, then hesitantly resumes. " 'He destroyed his cage... Yes..' " She stops again, faltering, looks at me, confused, then back at the paper.
"Go on," I say, looking around for a waiter. "Finish it."
She clears her throat and staring steadily at the paper tries to read the rest of it in a voice below a whisper. " 'Yes... The tiger...' " She falters again, then reads the last sentence, sighing. " 'The tiger... is out?' "
The couple at the next table have slowly turned to gaze over at us. The man looks aghast, the woman has an equally horrified expression on her face. I stare her down, glaring, until she looks back at her fucking salad.
"Well, Nael," Bethany says, clearing her throat, trying to smile, handing the paper back to me.
"Yes?" I ask. "Well?"
"I can see that" – she stops, thinking – "that your sense of... animal rights is" – she clears her throat again and looks down – "still intact."

>> No.13914617

>>13914603
lol took me a sec

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>>13914603
Forgot pic

>> No.13914685

>>13914432
Yoooo this is actually based af.

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>>13914345

>> No.13914832

>>13914603
Fucking nice.

>> No.13914849

>>13914603
i dont get it

>> No.13914851

>>13914626
He actually does look like Paul Allen

>> No.13914860

>>13914849
>>13914603
http://www.e-reading.mobi/chapter.php/79864/30/Ellis_-_American_Psycho.html

>> No.13914862

they’re great!!

>> No.13914876

>>13914345
What philosophers say:
It's sophisticated commentary about the nature of slavery and liberation.

What academia says:
It's about environmentalism and the impact on the natural world.

What the bourgeois say:
It's about man vs. nature

What the plebeians say:
It's about the nature of animals

What Nael says:
It's about Tigers.

>> No.13914890

https://youtu.be/VccPGMPFqzw
https://youtu.be/rn9AFiBe9o0

>> No.13914891

Shid is falling from my butt
I wipe but there is only more shid
I wipe again
More shid
There wasn't more shid when I was kid
When I was kid shid wiped away?
Or maybe I just cared less

>> No.13914961

>>13914597
based and cutepilled

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>> No.13915238

Children's poetry is among some of the best I've read. They have an uncanny ability to capture and transmit emotion. Somehow they manage to use exactly the right words, something that experienced writers struggle with.

I'll post two (translated) ones I like. All these are written by children refugees fleeing war. Unfortunately I don't have the book that collects these, so I'm limited to the ones I can find.

>1
We need your help, dove!
Come to us, we need your help.
Dove, we need help
You have to help us
Otherwise we'll die.

>2
Into my little bag I put the watch
that I bought in Aleppo
I'll keep track of time
until I return to you
Aleppo

>> No.13915263

>>13914876
why is bourgeois man v nature? this is a concept that greatly interests me, am i bourgeois?

>> No.13915272

Based, it’s about time he got out

>> No.13915302

I watched a movie about a teacher pushing a kid to write poetry on international flight. What was that called again?

>> No.13915325

>>13914374
Shut up bitch motherfucker

>> No.13915336

>>13914560
When you let your little cucky hubby out of his cage for a handjob

>> No.13915344

>>13915238
2 hit me so hard idk why

>> No.13915379

So much based in this thread. Leaves is still the greatest though.

>> No.13915860

>>13914452
>>13914345
Nael fully realizes the Nietzschean will to power, as embodied by the eponymous tiger. The hyper masculine imagery compounds this with worship of the human body as divine or close to it, hearkening back to Grecian hero worship as he masterfully incorporates the rich eastern metaphysical symbology behind the tiger to branch western philosophical tradition with that of eastern spirituality. The famous yes/YES line is the epitome of the human struggle, wherein raw emotion ultimately sanctifies the individual and breaks the chains of over-conceptualized thought as developed in a high or post-industrial society.
On the other hand, Galko makes a pessimistic return to nature, wherein man falls into self destructive and cyclical sin (I blow on the lead/ And it hits me back). His egoist stance rejects the traditional family structure, and embraces absurdist reality by acknowledging true knowledge or meaning is ultimately beyond our comprehension (kids don't know everything). Ultimately, his Gothic, anti-transcendentalist stance was already covered comprehensively in the late 19th century, and doesn't do much to rival the revelatory synthesis of his contemporary Nael. If Galko can reorganize his thoughts in a more emotive and powerful form, perhaps he can create a post-gothic school behind him, but I doubt he will become a legitimate match for Nael even then.

>> No.13915908

>>13914452
This is an unironic fucking masterpiece.

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>>13914345
>Yes
>YES

>> No.13916013

>>13915860
How long this take you

>> No.13916026

>>13915263
Yes. Don't listen to the commies though, bourgeoisie is based.

>> No.13916137

>>13915238
inb4 anon wrote these himself

>> No.13916169

>>13914452
Beautiful

>> No.13916358

>>13914452
bruh

>> No.13916383

>>13914891
Based shidposter

>> No.13916388

>>13915860
Nice post

>> No.13916428

Tfw the most famous contemporary poets today get btfo by literal 7 yr olds. Fuck you Rupi

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It's my favorite poem. I always imagine the child raising his arms in victory while the tiger is free. I remember Antonio Ligabue's paintings with it.

And >>13914432 it is also gold.

>> No.13916458

>>13914452
I don't get it.

>> No.13916476

>>13916458
It's written straight from the soul. That poem has more humanity in it than 99% of what's written today. What's not to get?

>> No.13916487

>>13916476
What are the implications of the mother not wanting to see the child?

>> No.13916500

>>13916487
The kid can sense the distance between them. It doesn't understand why.

>> No.13916501

>>13914392
>>13914542
>The author is part of the work
Wrong

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>>13914452
That's some deep shit right there my negro

>> No.13916664

This was the last thing the 7-year old said before he was eaten by the tiger.

>> No.13916682

this is more promasing than most modern age writers

>> No.13916728

>>13914432
This is actually really smart, holy shit

>> No.13916817

>>13914452
I knew this would be posted and it's the only reason I came to the thread. I changed phones and need a new save of it

>> No.13916861

>>13915860
And people say university is useless

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>>13914452
this is actually good

>> No.13916890

>>13916501
>the author is kill
wrong

>> No.13916900

>>13916013
Not mine, but it would take me 1 hour (week) of mental gymnastics
>>13916861
>university
gulags with books

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Brainlet here. I never got poetry but these few sentences make me feels things that compounds of pages of praised fiction works don't. Is there a more concrete book of others poems like the ones in this thread?

>> No.13916955

>>13916664
Surely not, but that would be the most based epitaph in mankind's history

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>>13915336
An instrumentalized handjob for which you have to knee down on the kitchen floor and perform it yourself. And clean up immediately afterwards.

>> No.13916969

>this thread
Ah, so this is what the Tao masters meant when saying true sages remind you of children

>> No.13916976

The tiger
He destroyed his cage
but
but
BUT
The tiger is still in it.


wow, took me like 5 fucking seconds to think up something 10 times better, and I'm not even saying it's good.

>> No.13916988

>>13916500
>it
Afraid to say that the greatest poem to have ever been written was by a woman?

>> No.13917000

>>13916976
this is some serious cringe

thanks anon, I needed that. Now I actually don't feel like I'm totally trash because at least I'm not as dumb as you ;)

>> No.13917018

Imagine going to school for 20+ years to get a PhD in poetry and a fucking toddler has more inherent talent than you

>> No.13917023

>>13914452
Way better than anything that fucking street shitter ever shat out of her cunt

>> No.13917036

>>13916988
honestly didn't know which gender the name js for.

>> No.13917219

>>13914603
“For appetizers I have the sun-dried tomatoes and golden caviar with poblano chilies and I also have a fresh endive soup—” “Wait a minute, wait a minute,” I say, holding up a hand, stopping him. “Hold on a minute.” “Yes sir?” the waiter asks, confused. “You have? You mean the restaurant has,” I correct him. “You don’t have any sun-dried tomatoes. The restaurant does. You don’t have the poblano chilies. The restaurant does. Just, you know, clarify.” The waiter, stunned, looks at Bethany, who handles the situation deftly by asking him, “So how is the endive soup served?” “Er… cold,” the waiter says, not fully recovered from my outburst, sensing he’s dealing with someone very, very on edge.

To think I didn't enjoy the book when I first read it, reading it now it's hilarious, so electric.

>> No.13917234

>>13914452
These children see so clearly

>> No.13917945

>>13916976
Cringe lol

>> No.13919292

bump
BUMP

>> No.13919318

>>13919292
The anon
He bumped his thread
Yes
YES
The thread is saved

>> No.13919603

>>13917219
I'm listening to this as an audiobook, and I can't tell if it's just not for me, or if it'd be funnier in text.

The whole scene with Bethany was awkward, and not in a funny way for me.

>> No.13919608

>>13919318
Based Nael walks among us

>> No.13920142

>>13915860
Based and YESpilled

>> No.13920170

>>13915238
It's true minimalism. They're working with what they've got, because that's all they HAVE to work with. They can find potential in the words we pass over because of our larger vocabularies.

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