Hello, world! One post, two interviews (2017-2018). For the first interview, slide through the pictures.
If you want to take some extra tea , then keep reading down below and you will find the latest Q&A interview. Enjoy!
Q&A interview (2018): JOURNALIST / INTERVIEWER: NICK RABBITTS (from @limerickleader ) -N: Something I did not ask you first time around.... Why did you choose the name 'Destructive Poetry' as the title of your strand? Is there not a fear you have presented a bit of a paradox in writing poetry which you think will give people hope, but at the same time, using a descriptor with quite negative connotations in 'destructive'? (Playing Devil's Advocate a bit here, but a valid question I feel). -G: Thanks for such interesting and relevant questions. Well, my poems summarise (even though all of them are quite long) experiences filled with some sort of pain, frustration, despair and so on. These poems destroy all those feelings.
Destructive Poetry takes all that negativity out and then destroys it forever, for good.
The nature of Destructive Poetry is not evil or self-destructive; quite the opposite: it’s self-integrity, it’s not being conformist with such a demented and demanding society, and its schizophrenic, false and utopic concepts, morals and values of ‘’perfection’’, ‘’beauty’’, ‘’religion’’, ‘’love’’, ''identity'', ''race'', ‘’hyper-sexualisation’’, ‘’gender’’ plus brainwashing technology and social media… if you know what I mean.
I think my poems chart all that perfectly and help me find peace and tranquillity. Nowadays’ society makes my blood boil and rage constantly.
But I am by far a much happier person since I accepted and started to develop my artistic skills and decided to embrace my anger, my darkness.
We are all light and darkness and that does not mean or imply being mental, a psychopath, or whatever. It only means that we accept our True Self. - 1 month ago