The Home Forum article ``Poems From a Kindergarten World,'' Nov. 18, reminds us that poetry can often be the result of contact with everyday things. The mood that a certain environment evokes can affect the poet profoundly. Bringing older students and teachers into the kindergarten area is both inventive and possibly trend-setting. It fortifies the idea that poetry comes from the inspiration of commonplace objects and concerns. William Beyer, Belvidere, Ill.
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