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Ignatz Enters Poetry

For years I was a philistine. I believed that poems should draw upon life experiences, memories of what I’d loved and lost, or what had disturbed me once and disturbed me still. Poems shouldn’t be op-eds, ten cent philosophies, or … Continue reading

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