Poets plan to gather in Washington, D.C., and other cities Wednesday for "A National Day of Poetry Against the War." It's the brainchild of a poet who turned down a White House invitation because of the Bush administration's policy on Iraq. Marcie Sillman of member station KUOW reports.
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