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It took him all day. Then he took out a wide-ruled yellow legal pad With three pink vertical lines marking the left margin, And from his breast pocket he extracted A disposable plastic fountain pen, And near the top of the page he wrote the word ODE In black ink, all caps.
For a few minutes he did nothing.
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Then he skipped three lines and wrote, "It was the greatest birthday present he had ever received: The manual Smith-Corona typewriter His parents gave him on the day he graduated from high school After they took him to the Statler Hilton for lunch, Where they had cold poached salmon, his father's favorite. David Lehman Academy of American Poets Educator Newsletter.
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Dear Poet Project. You can worry about language too much. What's offensive to some, will be essential, validatory, authentic to others. Writing comes in all shapes, sizes and styles.
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Even if you never use a single swear word in your writing, that is not going to guarantee you success, however you define that be it a million copies sold or having all the world fall in love with you. But I didn't. I agonised over it for a little longer, chewed my lip some more and then decided against it.
There's a link. People will find the words and read them.
That's what I said to myself the next day after I'd slept on it. So here it is. In all it's fucking glory. Taking part in NaNoWriMo?
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Monday, November 17th, People will find the words and read them "Oh, but I want to. If you think they didn't go crazy in tiny rooms just like you're doing now without women without food without hope then you're not ready.
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