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This page will concern itself with topics related to literature. We will be posting original poetry and prose, flash fiction and short stories, closed readings and articles. We will also feature writing advice and provide and compile interesting resources. In addition we will feature pictures with insightful quotes. Because why not?

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Each type of content is gathered and ordered into separate pages for convenience. Switch between them by utilising the menu bar on top of every page(you are welcome grandma.) Like and share this page as much as humanly possible. Because I love you. And what do you do with love? You spread it. Spread it like a venereal infection at a summer spa during a hippie parade. Feedback and suggestions are appreciated unless you are my dad, in which case I don’t want to hear it. 70% of the time your comments are read 100% of the time. However you wish to interpret that you are encouraged to seek contact for any reason. Unless you are here to complain about my court order, in which case stop contacting me. I’m busy. You can find my contact information in the bottom of any page. Feedback is appreciated. Subscribe to get notified about new posts. You can subscribe either by WordPress if you have a WordPress account or you can go to the bottom of any page and subscribe directly by email.

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A wonder- Poem by Samuel Mork Bednarz. National poetry day.
A graphical rendition of the poem "A Wonder" by Samuel Mork Bednarz. Posted on the National poetry day of 2015. Like, follow and subscribe for more content. Feedback is encouraged and appreciated.

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