From the creators of "I could pee on this", there's "I could chew on this and other poems by dogs", which means the canine version of deep poems.
Willow and Jaden Smith, otherworldy offspring of Will and Jada Pinkett, have conducted their first interview together for the "New York Times," and based on Jaden's past tweets, it's exactly what you might expect. A whole lot of WTF.
Or maybe they are on a whole other plane of existence beyond our current understanding, and we just don't "get it."
Q: What are some of the themes that recur in your work?
JADEN: The P.C.H. being one of them; the melancholiness of the ocean; the melancholiness of everything else.
Q: What have you been reading?
WILLOW: Quantum physics. Osho.
Q: So what's next?
JADEN: I have a goal to be just the most craziest person of all time. And when I say craziest, I mean, like, I want to do like Olympic-level things. I want to be the most durable person on the planet.
And so "Time," using actual quotes from the interview, has naturally built a "Jaden and Willow Smith Poetry Generator":
And it's magical. I mean… so melancholy.
Does success in the school system correlate to success in life? Young British poet Suli Breaks asks hard questions in trying to dissect the essence of education in his latest spoken-word piece made in homage to Jefferson Bethke's viral monologue video "Why I Hate Religion but Love Jesus" from earlier this year.