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Confessions Of An Angry Old Youngster by R. Smithey

By R. Smithey

Confessions Of An indignant outdated kid are poems written in regards to the feelings of the moments of our lives. working the gamut among every little thing from tragic loss to easy, quiet nights those poems search to be emotion placed to words.

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