Poetry Month, inspired by the national recognitions of Black History Month and Woman's History Month, was established in 1996 by the Academy of American Poets. Celebrating one of the most popular forms of literature, the month serves to garner growth in poetry readership while also celebrating existing poets and contributors year-round. Poetry Month stands as a lasting and fruitful effort to boaster acknowledge poetry's important role in society.
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FEATURE: Collection of Poems