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Must-Have Infographic: Read a Poem Today

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  1. Chris Yokel says:

    “Before I started reading a poem a day, I was a down on my luck write. I just couldn’t find any inspiring ideas. Now, I can’t stop writing! Life is so awesome with Every Day Poems!”

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  2. L. L. Barkat says:

    Ha :)

    And now you are even inspired by CD covers ;-)

  3. I should have known you were behind this advertising campaign!

  4. Dave Malone says:

    Never have I been in more positive percentages…
    :)


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