‘The Book Thief’

The way she wrote was something for, perhaps, another age altogether; an age wherein everything needed to make upside down decidedly… concentrated sense – in one such…

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‘Slip Not’

An untouched child – mild and makes itself mannerly for all these childlike reasons
When it speaks with less-and-less…

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‘”The Drivel N’ Drive”

So the scribbles proceed as per usual – as high-ended and flighty? I’m not so precisely sure anymore, to be perfectly honest. One thing that I do know, however,…

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‘Enigmatic Apocalypse’

An enigmatic apocalypse catches frightful sight with a maniacal night – sideswipes and winds right by

Her detrimental eyes for sentimental persuasion, just upside-down earmarked as…

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‘High Spirits’

He proceeds with customary caution again for the rigorous moments of riotous clarity to reconfigure themselves just so developmentally well – the glass-eyed, half-baked deathly delve

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‘Hot to Trot’

Officially fuksake inundated and undeniably dangerously asphyxiated

With this ridiculous thing named uttermost theatrical over-devotion

When the high-fever feverous hindsight is rather altogether over-bearingly upsetting….

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