A Brooklyn-based poet & educator. Invisible question marks and parenthetical ( you know?)'s as opposed to other things are, like, totally, you know, not—. Like totally whatever, after Taylor Mali. Produced by Button Poetry And they like, put my “parentheticals,” my “likes” and “ums,” and “you knows” on a wait list. Because contrary to the wisdom of the bumper sticker, it is not enough these days to simply QUESTION AUTHORITY. You've got to speak with it.
Like Totally Whatever by Melissa Lozado Oliva (Poem#17). April 17 our you- knows are the best friends we call you let it know that like this. Totally like whatever, you know? In case you hadn't noticed, it has somehow become uncool to sound like you know what you're talking about?. Generally, if you read through the poem, you can pick up whether there is a rhyme scheme present. After an initial read-through, it seems like.
Invisible question marks and parenthetical (you know?)'s as opposed to other things that are, like, totally, you know, not – They've Def Poetry Jam, Season 2 . In your poem “totally like whatever, you know?” you address a trend among teenagers that i am % guilty of, ending every sentence with an. I like this poem because Tailor Mali wants to get us thinking about what has happened with society. This poem makes you think, it gives you a.