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Poetry as a Reason for Living

But only the poem you leave behind is what’s important.
Everyone knows this.
The voyage into the interior is all that matters,
Whatever your ride.
– from “Littlefoot: A Poem” by Charles Wright


 What is poetry to you?
*And if you haven’t read The Memory of Water by Jack Myers, nominated for a Pulitzer, and its poem “Necklace of Moss” for a Pushcart, you can enter to win a free copy HERE (and read this poem!)
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