Keanu Reeves Writes a “grown-up’s picture book”
Steidl has published a book by Keanu Reeves called Ode to Happiness. According to the publisher’s website, the book is “a grown-up’s picture book.”
What does that even mean? A grown-up’s picture book. After all, using the word “grown-up” is not very “grown-up,” is it?
Wouldn’t it be more appropriate to say that Ode to Happiness is a book of poetry, accompanied by drawings? That’s not unheard of.
Apparently, Reeves’ book is a “charming reminder not to take oneself too seriously.”
Oh, I get it. Forget about the grown-up’s comment above. I wrote that when I was taking this whole thing seriously.
In the lat ‘80s Charlie Sheen wrote and self-published a book of poetry called A Peace of My Mind.
So here’s the real question. Who would win in a poetry slam? Keanu Reeves or Charlie Sheen?
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