But if you do get a chance to employ some of them, compare the before and after results. You might just be pleased with the outcome.
Poetry Tips From a Heavy Consumer Thereof
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Ross, this is great advice. Back in my high school days, I used to publish, publish, publish. As soon as the words were out of my mind they were on the (web)page. I never gave them a chance to breathe, to find the right space. These days I give myself days, weeks, months, and sometimes years to work through a poem, testing how small changes can enhance (or stuff up) the picture. Words are the best game ever.

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