Let us recite an ode to Taylor Swift.
O' Taylor Swift. How do we envy thee.
The “I Knew You Were Trouble” shared a meditative Instagram photo by the rocky sea, sharing a line from e.e. cummings' classic poem, maggie and milly and molly and may: "For whatever we lose (like a you or a me), It's always ourselves we find in the sea."
Sure, Swifty! Her entire life is one long beautiful poem -- lived in iambic pan-TAY-meter -- from her touching feline companionship, to crafting foodscapes with the Barefoot Contessa, to simply being a flawless ray of light in a dreary winter morn... Not to mention all that (probably) unrequited love with Ed Sheeran.
Now let us leave this meditative Taylor Swift scene with a poem:
There once was a girl from
Who could look cute wearing a bucket
She loves to whip her hair
She has lots of friends
Oh F*** it, we're not good at rhyming
Photo credit: Taylor Swift's Instagram