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Genric: A poet who believes what he or she writes has power in and of itself to change people and the world, as though it was a form of magic. (Amomancy being the supernatural art of changing people through poetry or eloquence). From the word "Amote", coined by 90's internet poet William F. DeVault.

Specific: The Amomancer: William F. DeVault. Named by Yahoo in the mid-1990's as "The Romantic Poet of the Internet" by Yahoo. Author of several books of excruciatingly confessional and emotionally overwrought poetry about love and mortality.
"The Amomancer dances in the shadows" a poem about lost love, by the aforementioned William F. DeVault.
by E.J. Trelawny January 24, 2007

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