"The Universe's Greatest Disappointment" encourages literary discourse on the ecological catastrophe that is currently happening on Earth today. Specifically, the role humanity plays in the Earth's destruction. The poem is playful, yet poignant, and is an example of regenerative-culture, eco-narrative. It challenges the anthropocentric philosophy that has dictated industrialized human societies since the Anthropocene.
Recommended Citation / Citation recommandée
"The Universe's Greatest Disappointment."
The Goose, vol. 18
, article 31,