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Happy #NationalPoetryMonth! Today please enjoy "Antipode II" from Teeth Never Sleep by @buffalopoet11, winner of the 2018 @CantoMundo Poetry Prize, and finalist for the 2020 @CGUTuftsAwards Kate Tufts Discovery Prize.
(also available as an ebook!) https://t.co/b17W4cwJXc
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