How Not To Spread Your Ideas

“A poem is no place for an idea.”

Edgar Watson Howe

This quotation isn’t a slam on poems. But the audience of poem readers is (relatively) small.

If you have an idea that you want to spread, it must be shared in places where people will see it, hear it, read it and talk about it.

What is your idea?

How are you sharing it?

Don’t hide it, expose it. Don’t whisper it, shout it. Make it real, make it accessible, and make it happen!

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