For me i like to read poems more. I love the flow of poetry.
I enjoy reading poetry for the stimulation. But I like to read article hubs randomly to support other hubbers. Sometimes I'll read an article hub that I have an interest in, like tai chi, or one that catches my eye because the title is interesting. I would say I read more poetry hubs because it's quicker.
I don't really read hubs unless they teach me something very specific I'm looking for.
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