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Make Something Beautiful Before You Are Dead Video (Author: Steve Roggenbuck)
make something beautiful before you are dead
Steve Reading from His Book "i love you, before long i die: a walt whitman mixtape". Recurring themes in Steve's videos and poetry books include carpe diem, hope, humor, self-help and appreciation of the natural world. Steve has stated that his process of making videos involves saying many things that come to his head and editing it later, keeping only the most interesting parts of what he says. He holds a creative writing undergraduate degree and was also in a poetry MFA program but later dropped out. His early poetry was heavily inspired by Walt Whitman but later on this influence was lessened but did not completely disappear from his work. Steve also runs other YouTube channels, such as his podcast channel, "plant liker" and his poetry commentary channel, "read poetry and eventually die.
But he stood up there and took control of the audience, yelling and Justin Bieber and all kinds of weird shit. The audience stood there, completely enthralled. People were yelling and screaming during the whole reading, people were extremely excited to be at a poetry reading. According to AD Jameson Steve Roggenbuck would be considered a New Sincerist and the question has been asked, if writing in such a sincere manner can be prolonged over a long career. I think it can, because sincerity is transitory. The writing is Buddhist in that way, an acceptance of endless change, the impermanence. Helvetica was this blitzkrieg of weird ass flarf lines.
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What does it mean to be an Internet poet? Since , Steve Roggenbuck , a twenty-six-year-old who lives in rural Maine, has been producing poetry that is made, distributed, and viewed almost exclusively on the Web, taking the form of tweets, Facebook posts, YouTube videos, and image macros. He became best known for a series of videos that are a mix of Walt Whitman and Ryan Trecartin , showing Roggenbuck either in bare apartments or out in the forest, manically improvising poems that celebrate the cosmos and our place in it. Roggenbuck uses shaky handheld cameras, hazy inspirational background music, and rough jump cuts. Purposely aping the look of amateur videos strewn across YouTube, they are meticulously crafted infomercials for poetry.