The Lark
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The Lark

Julia Robin

Fiction

Photo by Brad Huchteman on Unsplash

What happens when someone running a business strikes fortune and becomes a billionaire? Fast cars, large mansions, private jets, and millions of dollars at their disposal. The world is their oyster. Or so they make us believe.

Harvey Williamson was a businessman who owned Atlantic Energy — one of the largest energy companies in the country. Most know him as the down-to-earth, ‘hasn’t lost his roots’…

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The Lark shares fictional short stories and poetry

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Sindhuja Kancharla

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