Computer poetry is warfare carried out by other means, a warfare against conventionality and
language that has become automatized. Strange as it seems, our finite state automata have
become the poet’s allies in this struggle, the long historical battle by which mankind pries into the
surface of language to reveal its latent mysteries…
R.W. Bailey, Computer Poems (1973)
Apparently Kristen Stewart wrote a poem, much to the dismay of poets and others who read the poem Kristen Stewart wrote. I for one just sort of read the thing, and like any normal human being was utterly indifferent toward it. But poetry is hard, and it takes years of practice write well, and the worse part is everyone thinks they can do it and that they're the next Yeats or Plath. So anyway, I just figured I use my years of experience to rewrite Kristen Stewart's poem because I personally thought there was some potential there. She makes the mistake most young writers make: the language draws attention to itself, and not what it is describing. (I know this disregards all conceptual poetry, but this is often a sound practice for aspiring poets). Anyhoo - enjoy.. and keep practicing! We were all here at one point.