POETRYREPAIRS 13.08 - contemporary international POETRY
welcome to POETRYREPAIRS 13.08- contemporary international poetry for your reading pleasure, poetry from new and established poets; featuring
GAIL ENTREKIN, The Hole in the House (12 poems for my daughter Kate)
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Virginia Woolf. The Art of Reading
Granted, I read some pretty heartbreaking poetry, but something about poetry repairs your heart even as it splits it open.