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If you liked your poets to live wildly ,irresponsible and dangerous . Barker was the perfect fit . He was ... ... middle of paper ... ...nk I chose these two poems . For Barker to have lived the type of life he did he was pretty successful he didn’t let his life affect his work. I gave George Barker a lot of credit for the things he did and he is by far the best poet I have learned about and the most interesting as well.
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