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The Aspiring Poet's Journal

by Bernard Friot

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0810972387, Paperback)

Develop your poetic voice in this inspiring 365-day journal!

A companion to The Aspiring Writer’s Journal and The Aspiring Artist’s Journal, this book will inspire young poets to create new work every day of the year. Sometimes getting a little inspiration can be the hardest part of starting a poem. With this journal, the aspiring poet can read exercises, suggestions, and examples while working on developing his or her own creative voice. Charmingly illustrated—and yet with plenty of blank space for ideas—this book has an idea for every day, along with anecdotes, advice, and encouragement.

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A journal for aspiring poets.

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