The Poem As A Building

A poem must be painstakingly constructed, each word lined up alongside the next and tapped into place; line upon line stacked up.  A poem must have robust foundations, something sturdy behind its façade.  A poem may be a house to dwell in comfortably, a grand exhibition hall in which to marvel, a memorial chamber, a ballroom.

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