i have problems understanding what "postmodern" is. and i've been through grad school and everything.
when i first didn't like the term, my teachers said "well, it involves pluralism, and including appropriating things from the past...and your style really draws on things from art history more than today, so even though you may feel backward and anachronistic, you are a postmodernist too."
which was very sweet, well...seemed sweet cause it came from the mouth of a teacher i crushed on very very badly.
and i said "buh bah buh alllllllright" and wasn't really absorbing in the information. but still didn't explain any of it to me clearly. sounded like the movement or style is so broad there are no limits anymore except that it be "after modernism". although i've heard it's also "ironic". and i am not. (really!!)
i have no idea what postmodernist poetry is supposed to be. but your poem has a definite form in its shape.
ok. there. sorry. very talky today. ciao.
EDIT: well, "postmodern" isn't nec so broad, it's just that there's quite a few different ideas of what that means or what flavor it has... and when you put every idea together it is a bit too big and all over the place. i'm sure though that if postmodernism was a being it would enjoy being too big and all over the place, knowing what little i know about it i believe it would get a real kick out of it. so, i'm at peace with it really.
p.s. whenever i hear "postmodernism" i always see in my head, godzilla.
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