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Gath'ring words, expansive, terse, to tell a Cambridge tale in verse

Cambridge poet populist peter Payack hopes to incorporate submissions from people who have never before thought of writing poetry. Cambridge poet populist peter Payack hopes to incorporate submissions from people who have never before thought of writing poetry. (Globe Staff Photo / Pat Greenhouse)
By David Mehegan
Globe Staff / February 20, 2009

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CAMBRIDGE - Countless verses have been written by Cambridge poets, but now the city is writing a poem about itself. (Full article: 1075 words)

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