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Poetic injustice

June 11, 2007

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MAXWELL CORYDON Wheat Jr. was on his way to becoming the first poet laureate of New York's Nassau County when county legislators realized he wrote not just about marshes and natural beauty, but also about war. The first verse of his poem "Iraq" reads: (Full article: 422 words)

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