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How to Punctuate a Poem

A poem should be read as a single compound word. Consequently the only correct punctuation is a hyphen. Though an M-Dash might be okay. Absolutely no periods. Semicolons are proscribed by international law.

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But first learn to scuba dive

because, if that's so, you'll need to know how to hold your breath!

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I Suggest Staggered Breathing

That's why the Greeks invented the chorus.