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Megan Fox is now a poet?
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Megan Fox is now a poet?

It appears American bombshell actress Megan Fox has gifts that reach beyond the stage. Apparently, she’s also a writer — a poet, specifically.

Fox recently released a book called “Pretty Boys are Poisonous: Poems.”

Amazon describes the collection as follows:

“Megan Fox showcases her wicked humor throughout a heartbreaking and dark collection of poetry. Over the course of more than seventy poems, Fox chronicles all the ways in which we fit ourselves into the shape of the ones we love — even if it means losing ourselves in the process.”

Humor, heartbreak, identity crises. Sounds rather compelling, actually.

And, according to Lauren Chen, who admits she’s “not a poetry connoisseur,” some of them are halfway decent, at least “for a Megan Fox poem.”

Take the following poem as an example:

i’m tired of being a supporting actor
in everyone else’s life
while being a featured extra in my own
-the stepford wife

“This one, I think, is actually pretty good,” says Lauren. “I think this is a feeling that a lot of people can relate to.”

And also:

i will always be in love
with the man
that you’ll never become
-unrealized potential.

“If you ask me, that’s pretty banging,” says Lauren, admiring the way Fox captures “a universal feeling.”

But before you go calling Megan Fox the next Walt Whitman, take a look at some of her less prestigious verses.

i hate men
i hate men
i hate men
i hate men
i hate men
i hate men
i hate men
7, the number of completion.

“One star,” sighs Lauren. “She's talking about men in her life who have been toxic and abusive toward her, which is not okay, but also that does not excuse misandry.”

Here’s another that’s certainly not going down in history for it’s profundity:

you’ve been fighting me for three hours
like we’re in a game of mortal kombat
i start daydreaming
of the look on your face
when i tell you
his d*** was so much bigger than yours

“One star,” says Lauren, calling the poem “kind of gross” and also “cheesy.”

That’s only the beginning of Fox’s collection, though.

To hear more poems that will make you giggle, groan, and perhaps even nod in agreement, watch the clip below.

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