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My work not meant to be of perfection, it never has been; nor is it, to myself, of Epic proportion. Its perception is importantly the opinion of the reader, critic, and/or reviewer. It is an importance to me, the thoughts of the reader, no matter if it is misunderstood, misleading, or ill represented. It is only my personal, poetically artistic creations. In addition, throughout the years, 2004-2007; I received awards of outstanding achievements in poetry, from poetry.com. My poetry written here is same of sorts. Thanks, for all your time in reading, reviewing, and criticizing, no matter its negativity or its positivity. It is greatly appreciate. Sincerely, I give much respect! Daryl Wayne Baxter

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Old Man's Road 2 Views
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Slew of Words/The Critic's Cloak 2 Views
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Your Baby Boy 2 Views
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Daryl Wayne Baxter (Excerpt - Autobiographical Novel) 1 View
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Do You Feel? 1 View
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Reflect 1 View
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Recognizance A Loss 0 Views
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