R.J Calzonetti (SinisterPotatoe)

R.J Calzonetti (SinisterPotatoe)

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Be happy with what you have; even if you lose everything, there will still be something left behind on the road to redemption

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Burlington, Halton, Canada
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About Me

Most of my poems can be differing lengths depending on the time you want to spend reading them. You can avoid reading anything brackets, or read it all. If you want an in-between, you can read only the ( ) brackets, or ( ) and [ ], or ( ) [ ] and { }, or all these mentioned brackets including < >, or these brackets all the way up to >( )<, and finally, up to - - or -< ->. It must be in this order though if you wish to read some of the brackets. Obviously the more brackets you read, the longer my poems will be. The purpose of this is simply to allow leniency in how long or short you want the read to be. The lines in grey are particularly optional. This is not a way to ruin art in order to string in more readers, nor am I doubting a reader's capabilities to understand, or even how much they're willing to read. It is much more something where I simply do not know whether I consider these extra words be the core, and see them in a sense of not entirely understanding whether I consider them "canon", as they often change the flow of the piece, for better or worse, when or when not they are included. In a way, making it a completely different poem, as is their intention in a way, to add more, and to sculpt words differently. Think of these added brackets and words as the fat of the piece, rather than the bones.

I promise I read every single review, and I generally will reply to them. I look forward to my next review, because it helps me learn. Even if it's just one word, I promise, I will be happy to hear anything you feel needs sharing. Whenever you write on my shortcomings or breakthroughs, or the themes of my poems, or share ideas and friendly criticism, it decides my next poem to an extent. I will listen, learn and be thankful. And 99% of the time, you'll get a reply unless you're trolling me.



Born in 1997, I enjoy writing poetry and short stories. I often hike, bike, play tennis in the summer. In the winter, I snowboard.

Spoken word poet, several time finalist for local poetry slams, and was published at several magazines for poetry.

I write a lot of poetry focusing on imagery, rhyme scheme, sound, and rhythm. I'm often not satisfied with simply writing a poem, I want my poetry to be something I can be proud of. In times of writers block, I try my best to power through.


I love writing poetry. It's invigorating, and helps keep me well. I'm addicted to the thrill of a great write. Writing is a great way to reinforce your brain, and keep you sharp. But more than that, it's an art. I love molding words into something that can be considered that. It's a way of dispelling emotions, and accepting them. It's a source of pride.

I've been writing since 18, and poetry at 19. There are hundreds of poems here by me if you're interested in reading. However, my styles and skill level have changed considerably over time. Every now and then I get rusty, or have a streak of good poems. My goal is to perfect all the styles of mine that I've been using over time. And crafting poetry that makes use of all of them.

If you want to share poems with me, I'll always be happy to read them, but I don't always review. I hope you find something you like here. I'll try my best to improve, poem by poem.



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Posted 3 Weeks Ago


F*****g Canadians....

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Posted 8 Months Ago


haiii I'm barely on here and wanted to just sa that even if I've seen many of your pieces, I've admired all of them...I just now have the balls to request for a collaboration so.... would you like to work on a poem together? if you're interested, please do let me know by messaging me

thanks so much for your time and emotions being poured out for us to read, we appreciate you

Dissociative Identity Disorder: the faerie system
- Khat

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Posted 1 Year Ago


No problem, nice to meet you!

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Posted 1 Year Ago


Thanks for adding me as a friend! :)

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Posted 1 Year Ago


I'll do my best, I hope you stay well too.

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Posted 1 Year Ago


Thank you Aurora. Even if I am focusing on myself for the moment, you will always be a friend to me. Thank you for being a great friend.

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Posted 1 Year Ago


You'll always be my nicest friend! 😊

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Posted 1 Year Ago


You mean from the quote thing that I wrote? Thanks! :)

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Posted 1 Year Ago


Wow❕ Scary Metaphor. I'm getting goosebumps 👻

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Posted 1 Year Ago


Who says, " The strongest mountain started as a stone, I once was weak, but know I've grown."??😀 Yeah! That's my Friend!
Cheer Up! I sent you a nice text to wash the trash out of your brain. Check it when you have time.😊