From fragment 356 in The Book of Disquiet:
I don’t trust masters who can’t be down-to-earth. For me they’re like those eccentric poets who can’t write like everybody else. I accept that they’re eccentric, but I’d like them to show me that it’s because they’re superior to the norm rather than incapable of it.
Or maybe in the words of Del The Funky Homosapien ("Check It Ooout"):
I love to peep a rhyme / First of all I'm seein' if my man can keep the time / If he go off beat, and it's on purpose / He gotta come back on beat / Or the effort is worthless
Either way—it's not genius just because it's different. It has to be better.