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The Fancy of Semiotics
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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Unclassified
— Amanda K lessig (Sunshine)
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the bar in manhattan
— rj haley
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Captivating
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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Mythic Imprint of the Human Psyche
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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The Power of Words
— Gelene Beverly (PathofStars)
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Dormition
— Emilio Phoenicio
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Love Never Fails
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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N-ever again
— Andre P. Audette
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Perfect Custome for Hollween By Astghick Moradkhanians
— Astghick Moradkhanians
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We Are Artisans of Our Own Souls
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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The Impulse of Time
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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Friendship
— Phil Perry
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Daddy wait
— Latin X
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Gathering Words
— Barry W Smith
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Distracting Oasis
— B.Mathislange
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A Writer’s Wish
— Gisela Vigil
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The Thought That Lingers: Part One
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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Haiku Bird’s Eye View
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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The Ocean
— Sam Hain
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The Kingdom is at Your Center: So Mote it Be
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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The Waterfall
— Kimberley Hamilton
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Shadows I have seen
— Brian S. Clifton
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Forget the World
— Amanda K lessig
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I AM THAT WHICH I AM!
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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