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Posted by Tom on September 30, 19104 at 21:13:13:
In Reply to: Re: queries re the conservative quarantine posted by McGee on January 08, 19102 at 17:30:24:
: Conservative poetry must have a ton of cliches. That's the number one rule.
: Actually, by and large canonical poetry is inherently conservative.
: If you want a good ogue to conservative poetry, listen to some Christian rock.
: Nothing but a bunch of tired rock cliches and predictable licks with t
he lyrics changed some
: Something about conservatism -- in its American Christian incarnation -- and creativity
: don't mix. Consider Wordsworth's later poems, like "On Duty" and "On the Death Penalty.
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