W.B. Yeats was deep. William Wordsworth was too. And while this next poem might not be as deep, it certainly got the attention of the teachers at school! According to Reddit, a teacher set students a writing assignment: a 16-word poem. Unlike other students, the one pupil decided to get creative with poetry by calling their poem ‘#Deep’.
They added just four lines of text and the remaining 12 lines were actual lines of cocaine.
But don’t worry, the student breaks the 16-line rule with another line of text beneath the cocaine: ‘I don’t actually do cocaine’.
Creative work, bravo! Let’s hope this kid went straight to the head of the class.
Via Dangerous Minds