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  1. Poem Flow is a poem-a-day iPhone application that we’ve developed in association with the Academy of American Poets.

    It features 2 modes of reading the poem:

    1. the conventional text

    2. an animated flow of the text as you would read it with your eyes.

    You can find the app here:

    and/or view the poem on the web here:

    We have a special promotion for educators: a code that will give provide you with 100 days of poem-of-the-day for free. (Saves a $1!)

    We are waiting for Apple to approve our recent app update which contains the promotion.

    Feedback is appreciated. Please let us know what you think.

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