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Poetry revolution


Our interactive poetry
working toghether against
one-sided word poverty

Quickly penned monologue
makes no difference
to emotional dialogue

Through interaction we could
reach above and beyond
what quiet syllables would

And though I seldom speak
of a poetry revolution
I know our words are not weak

We can create tomorrow
through writing toghether
let's make one of less sorrow

Submitted: Monday, April 21, 2008

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