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    Hey Aunt,

    Stay home and stay safe as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AuntShecky View Post
    Ecurb and JCamilo: You are both serious and thoughtful NitLetters, unlike others in the online world at large. I'm going to revisit this thread as soon as I can devote the time that it richly deserves.

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    Haha Buddha said that...

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    Speaking as a novice, I have a hard enough time drawing an arm to look like an arm or writing a poem with the proper number of syllables in it. I'll worry more about the content once I can master the form.
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    I think it was Ezra Pound who thought that all poets should be trained to translate poetry in order to learn form without worrying about content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ecurb View Post
    I think it was Ezra Pound who thought that all poets should be trained to translate poetry in order to learn form without worrying about content.
    Speaking of which, my new copies of The ABCs of Reading and The Spirit of Romance came in the mail yesterday. I think it was in one of those that he said that.
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