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29/30: Kamden Hilliard

I am obsessed with the sonics of this poem. You so clearly see the musical influence, not just in the referential lines, but in how the sonics form the logic of the piece.

So, pick a song or two that inspire you, include some referential lines in your poem, but also use "hinge" words that can transition you from one line or image to another. Get weird, we're almost there!

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