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“But your poems are rather hard to understand, whereas your paintings are so easy.
Of course — you paint flowers and girls and sunsets; things that everybody understands.
I never met him.
Find out who the poet/painter is.
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WD features another great guest post by Noelle Sterne.
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Second installment of my guest post series at WD Poetic Asides.
(The first installment is here.)
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Honored to be a Poetic Asides featured guest blogger. Thank you, Robert.
Check out my post, take a peek inside a poet’s brain.