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Jean Pedrick, 83; poet helped others create, inspire through words

By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / August 20, 2006

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The blank white page: inviting and daunting. A line appears, a stanza, a poem. White is the where all color lives. Black is where all color goes. But grey pretends no color was, nor ever will be. The color of murmur. The color of the musical rest. The verse, an invocation for those who trek through poetry's mists, is from ... (Full article: 1100 words)

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