Billy Collins Quote: “When you put a poem on…”

When you put a poem on a Kindle, the lines are broken in order to fit on the screen. And so instead of being the poet’s decision, it becomes the device’s decision.

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Name: Billy Collins
Profession: Poet
Nationality: American
Birthday: March 22, 1941
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