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How to Read a Poem...: and Start a Poetry Circle
by Molly Peacock | Poetry
Registered by wing6of8wing of Silver Spring, Maryland USA on 6/6/2011
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This book is in the wild! This Book is Currently in the Wild!

1 journaler for this copy...

Journal Entry 1 by wing6of8wing from Silver Spring, Maryland USA on Monday, June 06, 2011

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Just what it says -- a book on how to read a poem. Found at a yard sale for 50 cents.
 


Journal Entry 2 by wing6of8wing at Mount Vernon Square in Washington, District of Columbia USA on Thursday, November 03, 2011

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Released 6 yrs ago (11/3/2011 UTC) at Mount Vernon Square in Washington, District of Columbia USA

WILD RELEASE NOTES:

Have only had a little taste of this book, but it looks quite intriguing. Hopefully whomever finds it will enjoy it.

This book was chosen for the release for Team Top Hat Book Crossing Monopoly Turn 13 "Square." Since the word "circle" is in the title, we chose to release this book at Mount Vernon Square, which is the northern boundary of the Mount Vernon Triangle business district. Also, the building in the middle of the square (you can just see a smidgen of it through the fingers of the hand) was originally a library donated by Andrew Carnegie (appropriate for a book on poetry), and is now the home of the District of Columbia Historical Society.

Welcome to Book Crossing -- this book is now yours to read, retain, release, or any combination thereof which suits your fancy. Books registered with Book Crossing are tracked by those who have read them before to see where they will go and who they will meet on their journeys. People who participate in the Book Crossing community often establish friendships and trade books or comments on books and just relish a relationship with other readers across the globe.

You are welcome (and encouraged) to create a journal entry on the book, particularly when passing it on to a specific someone or releasing in the wild. You don't have to read the book to create a journal entry nor do you have to feel obligated to write only positive things. All those who have had their hands on the book before you would be excited to read any journal entry you choose to make.

You can remain anonymous or join Book Crossing, where you are known to others by the screen name of your choice and no personal information is revealed. If you join, you can receive e-mail updates about all the places this book travels to in the future. (I would love it if you listed me, 6of8, as your referring member).

Sharing books in this fashion is just another way of spreading good karma across the world. Whatever you choose to do, enjoy the book!  


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