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"I love to read poetry because it often means somebody else has done some thinking work on my behalf and has found a way of expressing something difficult, and maybe invisible to me until that poet's moment of revelation."
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EATURED POET


Each time you visit Poetry Thursday, this section will link to a different poet, so you can learn more about various poets and their work. We hope you will take a moment to explore the work of Margaret Atwood.


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BOUT POETRY THURSDAY

Poetry Thursday is an online project that builds community by encouraging bloggers to read and enjoy poetry, as well as sharing it with others.

Every Friday, we post a (completely and totally optional) idea. Some of these are writing prompts. Others are for reading, enjoying or learning more about poetry. As the name implies, these ideas are optional. You can post anything you want on Thursdays as part of the project, as long as it's related to poetry.

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At (about) 12 a.m. Pacific Standard Time, we will post the Thursday post so participants can begin leaving their links.

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