Julio Noboa Polanco's piece of doggerel, titled "Identity," has become an Internet favorite. It is the kind of fraudulent verse that satisfies only readers whose interest in poetry remains one-dimensional and painfully immature. The only reason for a serious commentator of poetry to bother with such a piece is to offer readers an example of what not to appreciate or give much attention to in pieces that litter the Internet masquerading as "poetry." According to this speaker, unlike all the misguided souls that choose to live a disciplined life, he proudly announces that he prefers to remain a rowdy rebel. But the immature speaker unfortunately chooses to compare himself and his compatriots to plants. This choice demonstrates lack of skill not only in poetry writing but in the ability to choose appropriate logical analogies. A perverted kind of appropriateness is afloat in the fact that the versagraphs remain uneven in the piece. Thus technical skill as well as creative content are both severely lacking in the Internet sensation. Give it glance and move on!