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May your wings soar
by Andrew McDowell
May your wings soar into skies blue!
We knew it would come; it is true.
Oh, the times we had were the best,
Now we embark on a new quest,
Like all those before us who flew.
River we first saw, not we knew,
Overcoming and coming through,
When facing every new test,
May your wings soar!
Glad we made it yet so sad too.
I shall remember all of you.
Part of us remains in our nest,
Whilst we fly, above the rest,
Along rivers, into skies blue,
May your wings soar!
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MasticadoresUSA features talented writers of poetry and short prose. We primarily publish writers who write in English, and are…
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Connor had always loved for fun. Never getting attached, partying, but when he met Gia everything changed. For the first time ever he had wanted more. This woman was everything he could ever want and more. But none of it was real. It was all a lie. And he vowed never to be hurt again. As […]Book review: Maggie Cole – Roots of Vengeance (@MaggieColeAuth)
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I’ve been at this writing thing for almost a decade now, and only recently have I begun to notice the difference between writing for a living and making a living out of writing. This is just me thinking about quitting the former and chasing the latter.I Wanna Stop Writing For A Living