The Best Worst Celebrity Poetry
Remember that phase when you wrote awful, sentimental poetry? Some celebs never grew out of it.
Suzanne Somers' poetry collection features the typical "large photo of the poet" cover.
As does Alicia Keys', which is titled "Tears for Water."
Ally Sheedy wrote her 1991 collection while in rehab.
Kate Moss also wrote poetry while kicking a drug habit.
When Rosie had a heart attack last year, she wrote a poem called "my heart attack."
Britney wrote a poem about K-Fed during like all that whatnot.
Remember when this was a thing?
Jen was so in love with John she wrote a poem called "Lucky in Love."
John was so impressed by the proverbial "truck" that was her poem, he reportedly set it to music.
When Pamela Anderson graced the cover of "Playboy" for a record 13th time, the magazine also published a poem she'd written.
A young Ronald Reagan composed a poem called "Life" in 1928.
What, did the Gipper just touch your soul?
J.J.Redick got super deep in his verses.
It's not surprising James Franco publishes poetry.
His collection came out last year. It's titled "Strongest of the Litter." This is actually its cover.
It even includes a poem about filming "Spring Breakers"
And of course Charlie Sheen (self) published a poetry book.
Here it is:
He even read from it during his meltdown.
Bet you know how he feels about his poetry.
Jewel also opted for a punny title.
But perhaps no celebpoet is as prolific as Leonard Nimoy.
These aren't even all of his books.
Hopefully you notice the pattern, title-wise.