PS: After reading this, I do not need to read the notebooks. I know what is in them. They are my notebooks. And I will take them when I go.
Sometimes, you read a poem, and it is complete.
Aide Ojigbede
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This is high praise which I’m not sure is deserved but I deeply appreciate nonetheless. Thank you Aide Ojigbede. My delay in responding has only been due to a family emergency. This is one of the most insightful and interesting comments regarding poetry I’ve read.

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