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Warning

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Warning by Ella Wheeler Wilcox explores the complexities and consequences of ignoring the signs and advice given by those who care about us. The author emphasizes the importance of listening to our inner voice and following our own instincts, rather than succumbing to peer pressure or societal expectations. Through powerful and thought-provoking poetry, Wilcox provides a stark reminder of the dangers of ignoring warnings and the potential for regret that comes with such choices. This book serves as a powerful motivational tool, encouraging readers to trust their intuition and make decisions that align with their true selves. Overall, Warning is a compelling and poignant read that will leave a lasting impact on its audience.

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volunteers bring you 19 recordings of A Warning by Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
This was the Weekly Poetry project for November 15, 2020.
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Around the age of 8, Wilcox turned to writing poetry as an outlet. When she was 13 years old, her first poem was published. After losing her subscription to The New York Mercury, and being unable to afford to resubscribe, Wilcox thought that if she could get a piece of literature published, she would at least receive a copy of the paper wherein her piece was printed. The piece that she submitted is lost, and Wilcox later admitted that she could not recall even the topic of the poem. Wilcox became known as a poet in her own state by the time she graduated from high school. - Summary by Wikipedia


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