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The Inkwell


The Man Who Couldn’t Stop Drawing

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On a dark lane, on a dark road, there lived a man that couldn’t stop drawing.

He used to be seen around town sketching, and painting. Sometimes he would draw a passerby if they didn’t mind sitting for a while.

He was everywhere, a fixture of the town. Often his wife could be seen with him. She would chat with folks while the man drew them.




A collection of Short Stories and other fiction work.

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Matthew Donnellon

Matthew Donnellon

Matthew Donnellon is a writer, artist, and sit down comedian. He is the author of The Curious Case of Emma Lee and Other Stories.

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