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App Lets You Write Poetry Like William Shatner
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App Lets You Write Poetry Like William Shatner

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App Lets You Write Poetry Like William Shatner

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The Shatoetry app allows users to compose poems from 400 words recorded by the former Star Trek captain in his signature staccato voice.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. Fans of William Shatner out there with a yen to write poetry, there's an app for you. The Shatoetry app allows users to compose poems from 400 words recorded by the former Star Trek captain in his signature staccato voice, like this example on YouTube.

WILLIAM SHATNER: She who lives with caffeine joyously fears not the dark.

MONTAGNE: Shatoetry on MORNING EDITION.

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