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World Poetry Day

Happy World Poetry Day! Its purpose is to “give fresh recognition and impetus to national, regional and international poetry movements.” Write and read at every level.

The poem a few days ago is one of the Blackout Poems shown at that site this week.

Love the fruitfulness that comes from one source.

In other news,

Spring                         today


Doesn’t that put a                         in the

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  1. Spring!

    This is a wonderful idea. I love the illustration and the word placement under it. Really fun.
    Since this is anonymous I thought you might like my url:

    AnonymousMarch 31, 2007 @ 5:38 pm

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