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Advice on a series of poems I’m writing about Godzilla vs Kong

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Titan of Water #TeamGodzilla

Aug-03-2019 9:26 AM

Inspired by Alyssa Goji Geek 101, who made a poem about Hedorah, I’ve decided to write a series of poems about the upcoming Godzilla vs Kong film. They deal with the ”philosophies” of both monsters. It will be a series of four poems, the first summarizing on where they agree, the next two on where they diverge, and a final one that discusses war and division. The people expressing the different philosophies won’t be the monsters, but rather two human poets who side with the different monsters. The first and final poem will be from the perspective of a different poet. So my question is, if any of you could summarize what kind of “philosophies” the two monsters have, where they would agree and where they would diverge, it would be a big help.

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11 Responses to Advice on a series of poems I’m writing about Godzilla vs Kong

Gmkgoji #TeamRodan

Aug-03-2019 3:09 PM

Dang, this is an interesting idea

I look forwards to reading your poems!

Godzilla is a force of nature, a God that brings balance.

Kong is the King of his island, and if you don't attack him, he won't attack you

Thats the way I see the two monsters, hope this helps

Are we dead?

Or is this Ohio?

Gojira #TeamGodzilla

Aug-06-2019 3:47 AM

Godzilla is natures way to rid humans foolishness and the lowered equality between humans and other life on earth Godzilla is the balance of nature and human kind a chance for nature to restore and parish the human made structures for more room to store habitats for other animal homes. Kong is the protector of an island that is forbidden for most humans so other living things can live in peace. So basically godzilla is making more room for nature while Kong keeps most nature safe in the meantime on skull island hope I helped 

Gojira #TeamGodzilla

Aug-06-2019 4:07 AM

They may seem like monsters to humans but they are the hero's of nature

Titan of Water #TeamGodzilla

Aug-06-2019 6:39 AM

Gojifan302: I don’t think cities or urban places are inherently evil, our problem mostly is the way we handle our resources and the types we use. We need to use more renewable sources of energy and learn to not take more than we can give back. We need to start to get serious on cracking down on the Hunters killing so many animals around the world and selling them to the black market. This has caused a lot of species to go extinct. We also have to change how we get our food supplies. Also, Godzilla doesn’t purposefully try to destroy cities in the Monsterverse.

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Gojira #TeamGodzilla

Aug-06-2019 9:21 AM

Titan of Water: Noted, I definitely left out the fact that Gojira has no intention to cause any chaos in the Monster Verse. Though he doesn't even know his actual purpose as a titan, but he has the potential to balance life unintentionally. Although Gojira wouldn't inherently keep all living things alive, there will be some unintentional casualties, but he wouldn't necessarily cause extinction by food supply, so yes we definitely need to change our resources "Godzilla exists in all of us" -Godzilla 2000. This isn't a line from the Monster Verse, though I try to find the meaning to. It can mean many things, like humans can change to also balance life, though since gojira doesn't intentionally try to balance life, I know there are doubts but maybe Godzilla exists in all of us, maybe we can balance life if we change our ways like Titan of Water, you mentioned we should change the way we get resources that won't cause any species extinction, in the monster verse Godzilla's source for food isn't necessarily other species. From a movie that wasn't made in the Monster Verse but by Toho.co 19-20 years ago I can't really confirm the actual meaning to this line.

Gojira #TeamGodzilla

Aug-06-2019 9:23 AM

Titan of Water: Noted, I definitely left out the fact that Gojira has no intention to cause any chaos in the Monster Verse. Though he doesn't even know his actual purpose as a titan, but he has the potential to balance life unintentionally. Although Gojira wouldn't inherently keep all living things alive, there will be some unintentional casualties, but he wouldn't necessarily cause extinction by food supply, so yes we definitely need to change our resources "Godzilla exists in all of us" -Godzilla 2000. This isn't a line from the Monster Verse, though I try to find the meaning to. It can mean many things, like humans can change to also balance life, though since gojira doesn't intentionally try to balance life, I know there are doubts but maybe Godzilla exists in all of us, maybe we can balance life if we change our ways like Titan of Water, you mentioned we should change the way we get resources that won't cause any species extinction, in the monster verse Godzilla's source for food isn't necessarily other species. From a movie that wasn't made in the Monster Verse but by Toho.co 19-20 years ago I can't really confirm the actual meaning to this line.

Gojira #TeamGodzilla

Aug-06-2019 9:25 AM

The second post unintentional by the way.

Titan of Water #TeamGodzilla

Aug-06-2019 9:56 AM

Gojifan302: That’s fine.

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Gojira #TeamGodzilla

Aug-06-2019 10:03 AM

Titan of Water: to be completely honest this is my first time looking at the Godzilla fandom I'm glad there are other big G-fans.

TheGMan123 #TeamGhidorah

Aug-06-2019 1:54 PM

It's really a matter of scale with these 2. They're similar in how they conduct themselves, but the scale to which they do so differs significantly.

Godzilla is a highly macroscale protector. He is less concerned with micromanaging the entire world and more generally managing threats to it as a whole. In this sense, he doesn't often consider the little guy, the Humans and the basic animals inhabiting the world. This does seem to be changing after Serizawa's sacrifice, though.

Kong, on the other hand, is content to stick to his little corner of the world. He also defends it viciously, but is much more involved with the smaller life inhabiting it, especially the Humans with whom he empathizes with and specifically protects. However, he isn't averse to more specifically targeting individuals, as he can easily recognize who are good and bad Humans.

In essence, Godzilla protects the world at large but isn't as much of a caretaker of any single individuals. Kong, in contrast, only protects his island but has a much more personal involvement with individuals.

Titan of Water #TeamGodzilla

Aug-06-2019 3:30 PM

TheGman123: Lol I was just thinking about that. I even already came up with a line in the Godzilla poem. “Individuality is an illusion. All are part of one big machine we call nature. Even Kings are not individuals, rather, they are merely the brain of a large and complex body.” 

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