The POM
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The POM

The Unraveling of a Poem

The Art of Line Length

Since I began writing poetry around the age of 16, I never used much, if any, punctuation. Instead, I tend to rely on enjambment, dashes, colons, as well as the indent. I think this is in part due to reading a lot of Emily Dickinson. So when I recently received editorial feedback on a poem that is going to be published in a collection by the League of Canadian Poets, I didn’t know…

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Lindsay Soberano-Wilson

Lindsay Soberano-Wilson

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Poet | Teacher | Feminist | Creator: Put It To Rest I Editor: iPoetry | Casa de mi Corazon: A Travel Journal of Poetry & Memoir. (BEd. MA.) lindsaysoberano.com