I’ve learned, “If you write a poem a day, you’re most likely to end up a poetaster by the end of the day; that is, at the end of a long and repetitive day. Poets are born and self-made. Shakespeare didn’t take creative writing courses at Iowa, nor Lady Murasaki, Cervantes, Voltaire, Dante, Hemingway and their ilk learn their art from softwares.”
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