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Poetry emotion: Words set them free

For some in jail, a step to finding their voices

By Ellen Steinbaum
Globe Correspondent / November 28, 2004

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My home state, Delaware, has a post-election tradition called Return Day, when winners and losers parade together in a show of good will. Sure, some smiles look a little tight and the parade, admittedly, is even smaller than the state, but the ritual is a reminder that administrations come and go, while much of the country's truest work continues in ... (Full article: 714 words)

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