Tim Riggins-Inspired Poetry Exists

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Miss Friday Night Lights? You're not alone. But, while you may fill your Dillon, Texas void with reruns on Netflix, there's one fan that took their enthusiasm for the show — or shall we say, one particular character — to another level.
According to Vulture, Poet Nico Alvarado has a wee-bit of an obsession with hunky football player Tim Riggins, who was played by actor Taylor Kitsch. The word-meister composed four Riggins-inspired poems, which can be found in the winter-spring 2014 edition of the University of Houston's literary journal entitled Gulf Coast.
But, don't worry. You don't have to dig up a copy to read about Riggins babbling about waterfalls, imagining heaven, or winding up in Midland County Jail. They are all available online (with the exception of the heaven one) via these links on Vulture. While the poems have us scratching our heads a bit, the short-and-sweet "Tim Riggins Invents A New Number" takes the cake.
"I love you so much.
I want to bury my fist in your chest.
Yep. That's all she he wrote. (Vulture)

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