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I sometimes talk about the making of a poem within the poem - Howard Nemerov
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"I sometimes talk about the making of a poem within the poem"

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USA Flag This quote is written / told by Howard Nemerov between February 29, 1920 and July 5, 1991. He/she was a famous Poet from USA, the quote is categorized under the topic Poetry. The author also have 30 other quotes.

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