The Continuous Poem
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Wednesday, March 31, 2010
April - National Poetry Month
So, here we are, April 1st , and the month dedicated to poetry and to all who enjoy it is upon us!
Here is one event that I thought might be interesting ->
2010 April Poem A Day Challenge
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