'I was the greatest art potter' by Christopher DeWeese

I was the greatest art potter
but only I knew it,
photographing myself holding signs that read
Unequalled, Unrivalled, and Undisputed

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Published in May 2017, no. 391
Christopher DeWeese

Christopher DeWeese

Christopher DeWeese is the author of two books of poems, The Black Forest and The Father of the Arrow is the Thought, both published in the US by Octopus Books. His poems have appeared in Boston Review, Granta, Tin House, and elsewhere. He is currently Assistant Professor of Poetry at Wright State University, USA.

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