Moore tells the students to write a letter to the person who inspired them. And when they get their reply, he has them read the replies in class. Simone wrote to a poet and even included ... See full summary »

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Moore tells the students to write a letter to the person who inspired them. And when they get their reply, he has them read the replies in class. Simone wrote to a poet and even included one of her poems. The man died but not after sending his response wherein he says her poem is awful. Upon receiving the letter, she rethinks her desire to be a poet. She, Moore and Eric attend a memorial for the man. And when Moore speaks he mentions that while he liked his poetry, he might not have liked him. And that's when everyone there starts expressing their dislike for him. Eric talks about how he panned Simone's poem. And that's when someone says that he didn't like anyone's poetry. So they ask her to read her poem and they like it. Samuels tells Dennis to knock off his crazy antics. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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14 January 1987 (USA)  »

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