Wikipedia Tour: Famous Poets
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The delicate rhyme of a sonnet, the sharp disruptions of modernist poems, the enigmatic phrases of the ancient bards: these make up the essence of an ages-old form of art. But who are the people whose words elevate our souls to the sublime? Take the Famous Poets tour and meet some of the world's most influential and beloved poets. Here you'll learn about the people behind poets, about the lives and experiences that inspired these masters of verse to compose their complex, brilliant, beautiful works.
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Welcome to our _Wikipedia Tour: Famous Poets_. Each day we’ll send you a link to a new article about a famous poet on Wikipedia. The introduction to each day’s article is included in the installment so you can choose to read just the introduction or the full article.
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