Right when I heard this guy, it reminded me exactly of you. And Trevin in a way. But he just reminds me of Trevin because Trevin has always wanted to do a poetry slam-go figure. Is there seriously such a thing as world finals for poetry slams? Whatever, it doesn't matter since he was the champion. His first poem about prime numbers was really funny. Then when he did the p alliteration in the second one, I stopped listening because it was seriously confusing my brain.
I LOVE THIS. POETRY IS SO COOL. I never even imagined that putting numbers in poems would make it so powerful. His comedy in the beginning was awesome, "That reaction is why I didn't." hahahaha. "60 thought 59 was odd." hahahaha. This whole video is just interesting. I love the way he speaks so quickly, right through the periods between sentences. Next, the alliteration is my FAVORITE. Alliteration is my favorite writing technique and just gahhhhhhh *insert heart-eye emoji here* And, when he subtly brags about his best poem in the world, gah. Perfect.I laughed a lot at his dry humor, and his poetry was complete genius, and extremely powerful too. Thanks for sharing.
He is so clever, and makes his poetry definitely grabs my attention. Although there are silly puns about prime numbers, I feel that there is a deeper meaning to the poem, this seems to be about emotional issues, and maybe even the numbers “crush”. The 2nd poem was a bit confusing with all the p words, but there were also deeper meanings to this one. This one makes me think of problems in the government, and society. I may be overthinking the poems, but i just love his sense of humor! especially in his 59 poem even though people may think it is a little odd..
Okay, this is my third time writing this so now I'm saltly but, I really like this guy. Anyways, it is because people and poems like these, that makes me love poetry. I am actually really wanting to put one of his pieces into my speech for next year. I feel like I connect more with these peoms more than other. This is most likely because each one talks about a problem we all have in life. For example, the Paper People poem talks about our society. Though, my favorite moments are the few lines that give the listener a break from all of the seriousness. I have sat in poetry rounds only for a single year and I am dine with consist sadness. This guy inspires me. To be honest I am now looking up poetry topics for next year's speech now. Lol
This guy reminds me so much of tayma. He's witty, and he is very creative just like her. She loves writing and always writes creative things just like he did. From his prime number date to little miss sunshine, he was full of suprises. His way of using alliteration to show how things are in the world is just mindblowing. how did he think of that many "P" words to use?! I wish I had a brain that worked like his. He also impressed me with how he made a story sound so realistic using three numbers. His mind is truly incredible.
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