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Poetry couples: Let me count the ways...:
Are partnerships between poets a good thing? When poets live together, do they bring out the worst or the best in one another? Do they have to draw blood or be blighted by unidentified lung disease or end in suicide? Must they be passionate but painful, creatively productive but emotionally destructive?
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At 3:26 PM, Blogger Didi Menendez replied:

The problem is that when either write a poem that the reader (if they know of the relationship) will know who they could be referring to. Also of course the partner will know as well. Now depending on how well the relationship is going, these poems may lead to arguments, etc. all for the sake of art or not....    



At 9:04 AM, Blogger Jonathan Penton replied:

I guess I'm failing to see any of that as undesirable.    



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