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Poetry, although it may seem nice,
Is not in the least bit fun to write.
It’s nerve-wracking and difficult,
I’m hard-pressed for inspiration.
Poetry should only be written in desperation.
Writing poetry is no fun at all.
I want to scream and throw my pen at a wall.
I get so distracted, so side-tracked,
All I can do is daydream.
But none of these dreams are good inspirations.
Poetry makes me have perspiration.
Writing poetry, as I said before,
Is no fun at all, I feel like falling on the floor.
And now, I cannot write poetry anymore.