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It’s Summer, Have Some Poetry on a Stick

From Minnesota’s KSTP: The Minnesota State Fair isn’t the only place you will find something on a stick. This week, Jason Davis meets up with a poet who distributes his poetry the Minnesota way. David Bengston thinks outside the box. In order to get his poetry out into the public, he prints cards of poetry [...]
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