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Poetry and Leadership: Part I

This post is an adaptation of a talk I gave at last weekend’s Imagining America National Conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.   The medium of poetry is language—not some alternate language to that which we are immersed in every day, but the same… Continue reading ?
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