Harry Wells Harry Wells
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'waits' is better than 'awaits'. Await is a transitive verb and requires an object. You await something. The verb 'wait' is intransitive- you don't wait anything- you just wait. I'm introducing these terms in case you don't know them.

Harry Wells Harry Wells
Recommendations: 15

Amanda, do you feel that the dots at the end of each line really serve any purpose?

Harry Wells Harry Wells
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I like this poem for its unresentful facing up to facts. The first two lines are so good. Mouth watering!

Kitchera Hicks Kitchera Hicks
Recommendations: 11

This is basically soulless I love how dark it is!

Julian Osterman Julian Osterman
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Yeah, I raised her right. Haha.

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Amanda Krumme Amanda Krumme
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Requiems and Epitaphs


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