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07/06/2010

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BDR

Thanks for this. I'm trying to break a reading slump. This might work.

Shelley

Interesting....As someone who straddles genres but likes the strictness each imposes, I'm wondering what assumptions about form and line are inherent in poetry....They're probably there, for sure, but what?

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