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I have to right an iambic pentameter poem on a pilgrim such as a plumber or a goat farmer. I've been working on it for days but just came to the assumption that I CAN'T RIGHT POEMS.
I've tried using quotes from Dantes inferno and rewording them but it didn't really help since the poem must line in couplets.

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