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ANYTHING PEACEFUL

Poetry in The Freeman

APRIL 11, 2013 by THE FREEMAN

The Freeman is going to try an experiment: poetry.

We have this idea that poetry is beautiful and powerful, just like free human beings.

If you know any really good poets (and we mean really good), please share this post with them.

Poems should, of course, touch on themes one might find in The Freeman. Otherwise, we don’t want to shackle the poet with regulations.

Here are the poetry submission guidelines.

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