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Are These The 10 Most Influential Poets In History, Or Nah?

The 10 most Influential Poets in History, by My Poetic Side Of all the poets in the world, which have been the most influential? That’s a deceptively enormous question, but My Poetic Side took a shot at answering it in this dizzying infographic. To arrive at this top 10, they explained, they “conducted extensive research to find out who the top poetry influencers were and studied approximately 250 poets to determine whether they were influenced by any other poets, and, if so, who.
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