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Rated: E · User Poll · Writing · #1196778
Investigating the writing and editing habits of poets
Poll Question:
In an old issue of the poetry newsletter, I investigated reading poetry aloud. To me, reading poetry aloud helps me to work out syllable issues, fix inconsistencies in following a specific meter and even can help a poet (or reviewer) spot typos. My question is this.

Does reading poetry aloud help you review and/or edit poetry?

Comments are appreciated. Though the newsletter has long since been completed, I still like to hear others' thoughts on this aspect of poetry.
Poll Options:
      Yes; Reading poetry aloud helps me edit and review poems.
      Yes; Reading poetry aloud helps me review poems.
      Yes; Reading poetry aloud helps me edit poems.
      No; Reading poetry aloud does not help me edit and review poems.
      No; Reading poetry aloud does not help me review poems.
      No; Reading poetry does not help me edit poems.
      I am undecided on this issue.
      I do not see my answer here. (Feel free to send e-mail if this is your choice.)
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