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Dawn Racer
Je Woo Han
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Happiness
Susanna Elliott-Newth
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NIGHT SOUNDS
Ken Bartlett
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Wandering
RENOIR
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Minor distractions
Ryan Blackborough
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No fear
Steve kritselis
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Ode to God #1
Ronald Bunch
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Smothered Love!
Evans E Bradley
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Therapuetic Race Horse Bing
Mario William Vitale
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The Final Journey
David Lee Graham
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Taxi man
Peter Huang
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Love Is
Royston
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Love personified
Royston
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"About my Mom" by Michael
Prof. Terrance L Cassidy
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"Mom" by Michael
Prof. Terrance L Cassidy
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A Bird in Society
Heather Lydia Thornhill
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A Death-Bed
Rudyard Kipling
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A Lover's Envy
Henry Van Dyke
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A Preface
Rudyard Kipling
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A Regal Reverie
Jaydon Askew
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A salutation of his Majesties Ship the Soveraign
Henry King
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A Sculptor
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
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A World of Wonder, That Makes Us Whole
Oscar Auliq-Ice
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Age-Ing
Rebecca McMaster
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Alone I break
Jennifer Jamack
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