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21 Mar 2020
Poetry reaffirms our common humanity by revealing to us that individuals everywhere in the world share the same feelings and questions. Today is World Poetry Day, it is a day to honour poets, revive oral traditions of poetry recitals, a day to promote reading and writing of poetry, a day to celebrate one of the most treasured forms of linguistic expression and identity.
21 Mar 2020
Poetry reaffirms our common humanity by revealing to us that individuals everywhere in the world share the same feelings and questions. Today is World Poetry Day, it is a day to honour poets, revive oral traditions of poetry recitals, a day to promote reading and writing of poetry, a day to celebrate one of the most treasured forms of linguistic expression and identity.
21 Mar 2020
Today is World Poetry Day, it is a day to honour poets, revive oral traditions of poetry recitals, a day to promote reading and writing of poetry, a day to celebrate one of the most treasured forms of linguistic expression and identity.

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