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The Running Poets of Green Lake [US]:
Dear Poets,

Well here it is, 11 months into my year-long poetry/performance. I started taking my desk out to Green Lake on 1 July 2006. It's nearly July 2007 now! It's been a long and wonderful year. As my project winds down, I've started to organize some 'instigations' to celebrate. For 'Burning a Hole through the Seattle Freeze with Poetry' on 29 April, I took a blow torch to a 300lb block of ice. Once I'd melted a hole through it, I read 'Fire and Ice' by Robert Frost to people on the other side. It was a curious and beautiful object.

I am organizing now, 'The Running Poets of Green Lake.' As you know, the Green Lake pedestrian path is a 2.8 mile loop in the heart of Seattle's Green Lake neighborhood. It is wildly popular and thus a perfect place for poetry to go public. Participating runners will take a spin around the lake on Sunday 10 June 2007 while wearing poems written by local living poets.

I'd like you to participate!

1. Submit 1 short poem (max. 15 lines) to be printed on a cotton t-shirt [...]
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