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I think you write the poems that God has given you to write. And in the end, I think something has to happen so that you are the judge of your own poems. What they are answering is not some huge judgment from outside you. They’re a testament to your time on earth, and how well you’ve stood up to it. In the case of my poems, I feel confident—not about their quality, but about their necessity in my life. –Christian Wiman

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About Daniel Romo

Author of When Kerosene's Involved (Mojave River Press, 2014) and Romancing Gravity (Silver Birch Press, 2013). I'm partial to prose poems. Alliteration. And fragments.

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