The latest development from the human outrage machine is a weird-ass poem, hinged on a "Donald Trump is daddy" metaphor.
Here's Lena on Daddy Trump. pic.twitter.com/Vgf9cI1nWN— Mona Eltahawy (@monaeltahawy) January 24, 2017
Poetry analysts on Twitter were not on board with this art and interpretation of the movement's message.
LENA DUNHAM IS 30 YEARS OLD— Erin 🎶Gloria🎶 Ryan (@morninggloria) January 24, 2017
WHY DOES SHE TALK LIKE THIS https://t.co/FSmINfpf45
Lena Dunham basically called Trump daddy in this weird ass poem. When will this woman let us live in peace? pic.twitter.com/KsRCusaPsY— Najma Sharif (@overdramatique) January 24, 2017
Is it just me or does Lena Dunham just get increasingly stupider as she gets more and more famous? pic.twitter.com/7F3BuKsfpn— eve peyser (@evepeyser) January 24, 2017
.@lenadunham regularly sets the progressive movement back with her belly button staring idiocy— Paige B. (@robertapaige) January 24, 2017
lena dunham stop— rosemary donahue (@rosadona) January 24, 2017
talking you are
this is not a poem
So Lena Dunham wrote a poem about how "we are all Trump's daughters." Not a critique of the many WW who voted for him. Just... awfulness.— Claire Askew (@OneNightStanzas) January 24, 2017
While the poem lives on in screenshots—and cautionary tales in MFA programs—Dunham deleted off her 'gram, because of abuse.
A photo posted by Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) on
Nobody deserves abuse, but yeah, that poem is really bad.