“What strikes one era as innovative and exciting may strike a later generation as worn and dated. To make it new, a poet must be familiar with poetic forms of the past and present; you can know what remains to be written only if you already know what exists.”

Writing Poems, Micheele Boisseau, Hadara Bar-Nadav, and Robert Wallace

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