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Jannypan (Jan)
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PROSE OR POETRY?

   Thread Started February 6 at 10:17PM

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Is it possible to change the category from poetry to prose
on a posted piece without starting over? If so, how.

Thank you in advance.

Tom answered my question.



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RE: PROSE OR POETRY?

Reply on February 7, 2018 10:43 AM
What was the answer????

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RE: PROSE OR POETRY?
Reply on February 7, 2018 11:12 AM


Yvonne,
I was so ready to post. After I wrote this question in the forum, I also contacted Tom.

He was gracious enough to change it for me.

I left the comment here rather than leave a blank space with my name.

Thanks for asking.



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RE: PROSE OR POETRY?
Reply on February 8, 2018 04:07 AM
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