I never really got into poetry slam so far. I always sounded too unliterary to me. I am really used to books and I clearly attribute to myself to have some kinde of taste in literature, which is quite normal being confronted with those classics. Slame poetry always seemed to ignore those achievements, the audience seldom gives the impresson of being interested in deeper things. But for many this kind of subjective distinction is wrong. They refer to the subjective taste wherein everyone is the one to judge.
Doing so we have to admit poetry slam on stage is amusing and it often ignites a spark to listeners:
But there’s some danger. Sometimes that spark lits a fire and listeners get to the point where they want to interpret things out of their periphery in metaphorical terms.
Keep those guys off the stage!