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5 Poetic Masters, & the Arguments for their Genius

  Often, if done well, there is a primal sort of pleasure to be derived from poetry; it should blow you away with something you cannot name, to paraphrase Jane Kenyon. This instinctual attraction to a melody of sound, imagery, figurative … Continue reading

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