However what you have written could be easily refuted even by a half-wit. You went on the premise that the artist produced only one piece of work, which could not be affirmed whether he does or not. Furthermore, you introduced the same kind of example a second by with take a smirk and few others. Lastly, you referred to him as a child, but be warned some children are very talented poets. All of your opinions about this picture stand on shaky ground.
I argue this Post Post-modernist poet is good
It is claimed this Post Post-modernist poet is an "untalented poet and philosopher from Australia "
I will say the poet has to be good as the poet gave a poetry recital at The Bohemian Absinthe Lounge, TIME on Sansom St. In Philadelphia in the USA
To get an invite for an Australian poet to give a recital in America the poet must be good
Not from this example. In order to be "good" one needs to exhibit certain characteristics of command of the art form, certainly more than 1 piece of work. It may or may not be a good piece, but if we were to assume the rest of the artists output was similar to this rather uninspiring piece of work, we'd have to assume this poet isn't any good. Are all the other works by this artist similar "take a frown", "take a smirk", etc? Also, I have seen this before - it's a cliche' and not a clever one. The "smile" on the "i" is childish, and there is nothing that would suggest the poet is anything more than an insipid child.