In Praise of Mediocrity
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In Praise of Mediocrity I have long been a perfectionist, Aiming for the highest of the low. Germs of genius evade me, As I find no difficulty detecting them; I look at beauty and recognize it, I take it in and let it guide me to the Other. By the rivers of the creative, I sit up and look upon messages, as they cross my path once, and I smile upon the pure and filthy, when I testify that I shall never create any. Mediocrity is never erroneous or superfluous, It takes care of business: It looks up to purity and filth, where they in turn deem it unbearable. Mediocrity is the great equalizer that pats death on its back and carries on living.