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It strikes me that no matter what genre you write in, poetry is always beneficial. Poetry taught me to tell stories in a deeper way, and it also taught me to think in the persona of whomever I was writing about in nonfiction or fiction. If you don’t write, poetry is a great way to give your soul a lift and set your mind wandering in a good way.
If you don’t buy modafinil uk paypal, do yourself a favor and sign up. It’s free and only takes a minute. Getting a poem in your email is a splendid way to start each day.
(Commentary by Kay B. Day/May 6, 2016)