Poems (and buttons!) will be available around campus all day–grab a poem to put in your pocket, wear a button so everyone knows you’ve got a poem in your pocket, read your poem to as many people as you can (and ask anyone else with a button to read their poem to you!) Continue reading
Today Middle Path is quirkily lined with poetry from some of the greatest wordsmiths of all time. Shakespeare! Keats! Eliot! But you know what all poetry is really about? Phalluses. Freud was right — we are always thinking about genitals, and poets have had a unique relationship with the nether regions of human beings. Being that today is such a special day amongst the verse-writing-and-reading community, it seems inappropriate that just any poem would land in your pocket. So here we go — The Thrill‘s list of poems that truly belong in your pocket, soft paper that’s just a few thin layers of cloth away from what they’re really about.