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NOVELty By MarcelliNO JONas
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1dering... meandering Musing. Headspace graffiti... Idiosyncratic palimpsest philoSophia.
Novelty By Ceddy King
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Novelty is the 6th book of poetry written and self published by poet and author Ceddy King. Release Date February 24, 2017.
Novelties in Haiku (Eloquent Poetry) By Patrick Smith
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This book was meant as an inspiration to those that believe if you touch pen to paper, the most wonderful creations can change lives.
The Confederate First Reader: Containing Selections in Prose and Poetry, as Reading Exercises for the Younger Children in the Schools and Families of the Confederate States By R. M. Smith
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This book has been compiled and prepared for the use of children who may have mastered the reading lessons of the spelling-book. It is more particularly designed as an immediate successor, in this... More > respect, to the "Confederate Spelling Book," which has been so extensively adopted in the schools of the Confederate States. The pieces have been selected with a view to interest and instruct the pupils, and at the same time to elevate their ideas, form correct tastes, and instill proper sentiments. Whatever seems most desirable for these purposes, among the literary materials that have become public property has been freely appropriated; suitable articles neither being rejected because familiar to adults, nor novelty sought for its own sake. At the same time, the selections have, by no means, been confined to the hackneyed list. It is believed that the exercises thus chosen, are well adapted to the capacity of those for whom they are designed...< Less
Words Put Together By Jen Selinsky
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Jen wanted to do a little something different with this publication. Words Put Together is a slightly different poetry compilation, which contains poems made entirely out of words from a geek poetry... More > kit.< Less
Ephemera: Forever in a Day By Sally Odgers
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Nathaniel... a man who experiences forever in a day when he meets the dawn child. This is his story.
VEGESIGNES English By Laval Chabon
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The fusion between the hearing and the picture. According to audio waves and their curves logics shown by an oscilloscope, all letters, characters and numbers should be written openly because that... More > they represent auditive sounds and should be drawn alike. Take important note that the sound wave cannot go back to it's starting point. Otherwise, our eyes would be trapped, and we would be caught. There should be only one line pen writeable by character, with no cutting strokes, and no detached accents. Under-based "t" is submitted and understood, because that the most silent structure is down; it is the ground horizontally under our feet. All dots and diaresis should be stucked. All characters should be drawned unlocked. They should be no drawings for the eyes. Yes. If the images are worth one thousand words, they are not quite very wise and they are showing us one good thousand troubles. From now, they include 188 languages wide at openfontlibrary.org . I'm just taking it easy.< Less
Hai-poo By Philip Atherton
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A compilation of a hundred haiku about poo lovingly illustrated.
Hai-poo By Philip Atherton
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A compilation of a hundred haiku about poo lovingly illustrated.
VEGESIGNES English By Laval Chabon
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The fusion between the hearing and the picture. According to audio waves and their curves logics shown by an oscilloscope, all letters, characters and numbers should be written openly because that... More > they represent auditive sounds and should be drawn alike. Take important note that the sound wave cannot go back to it's starting point. Otherwise, our eyes would be trapped, and we would be caught. There should be only one line pen writeable by character, with no cutting strokes, and no detached accents. Under-based "t" is submitted and understood, because that the most silent structure is down; it is the ground horizontally under our feet. All dots and diaresis should be stucked. All characters should be drawned unlocked. They should be no drawings for the eyes. Yes. If the images are worth one thousand words, they are not quite very wise and they are showing us one good thousand troubles. From now, they include 103 languages wide. I'm telling myself this: just take it easy and go on "fonting".< Less

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