I've never read this one. That was great. For some reason, makes me think of that scene from almost famous when he's like, "He's taking notes with his eyes," or some [censored] like that. It's funny that you write this, I used to always feel like that picture of Chris O'Donnell as Robin on my wall was staring at me as I undressed. we are two f*cked up sisters, huh?
Kurt had those crazy eyes too. Made you feel. Yeah . . . it reminded me of when I was 14 after getting my first guitar how I accidently caught nirvana's unplugged thing on mtv. It captured that feeling for me. Kurt was a hero. He was a martyr. He was the Jesus of rock - he died for our sins. I hope he finds his nirvana.
Just take the poster down! Or does he also help you, give you inspiration? I could see how he would. But in your poem you don't seem to like him staring at you. Or did I get the message completely wrong? If you think he's mocking you, I figured it wuzn't a good thing.
you obviously have high aspirations. trying to match the great cobain. good luck on that one. i like this poem. often we have mentors that we feel are mocking our inabilities. in this case hes not really your mentor but its the same sort of effect. but thats sometimes the best way to learn. i think if you take the poster down itll only have a negative impact on you. i didn't really get the second and third stanzas. cleaning up someones mess. and your insanity/insecurity. are you talking about kurt cobain here? maybe this makes sense to you but looking in without knowing anything more than you give me, this doesn't really tie in. maybe if theres some connection in your head you should make it more clear to the reader. you dont keep the same rhyme scheme throughout but thats okay. as is, this poem is good. but i think if you ever feel like revising, you should come back and take a look at this one. good job!
It kind of sounds like the author literally has some mental issues. From this poem, I got the impression that the Cobain poster was more like an enemy (rather than an expression of fan-based merchandising.)