[Poem a Day] “A Palette In An Empty Room”

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Vague details in poetry shouldn’t automatically be pegged as something to be fixed. A hyper eye focus on anything isn’t a cure-all to a bad poem.

I like to think of it like impressionist paintings. There’s a clear difference between mindless splotches on a canvas and blurred shapes made to create the impression of something, and for the most part, you’ll be able to tell which is which.

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