The Lark
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The Lark

Forget Who You Are {For a Minute}

Prose

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Everyone likes and enjoys their identity, you can’t say they don’t. Because being alive here today with myself to entertain carries much rich reward. For who you think you are makes you yourself does it not? Tis I the serpent spewing out my credence! I am therefore I am! I think so I might talk! Are we talking about being? Or existing in today’s class of 2021.

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The Lark shares fictional short stories and poetry

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Mimi Bordeaux

Mimi Bordeaux

Renegade of prose_+ creation of the troubled mentor-= abyss sinking memory flowing through subconscious mind: it's the dreamland coming:+

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