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St. Louis Chapter 5 part 3
Can McKenzie solve Megan Nelson?s murder?



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Rating of the poem Forgetting the Past

I believe those problems will never get resolved by NOT looking back. In fact, it's essential to look to the past, to enable us to correct our mistakes, or, more importantly, for leaders to be aware of historic blunders, to avoid repeating them. Don't you agree?
Don


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Rating of the poem Good advice is free
Chapter 338 of the book Thoughts for daily Inspiration

Good advice is free, as and when you care to listen and welcome, it comes and stays a while but if you do not, it moves on; well said, well done. Write to inspire, change -- DR ALCREATOR


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Rating of the poem Inalienable Rights?!!!

They made a mistake! He he he, but the point here has got to be whether you get your rights or not! The proof is in the pudding! I enjoyed your questioning write here, love Dolly x


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Rating of the story Traces of the past

That was an intense story. The intensity building the more into the story went. You could feel her anxiety building the longer she played while all others had stopped playing their instruments all together. And in the end, the applause! Great read!


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Rating of the poem A Pirate Tale

Walking the plank, always an enjoyable event. Revenge can be so sweet and the pirate certainly got his. Strong rhymes used throughout this tale including "rum/succumb? and "deck/wreck". They say dead men tell no tales. This well crafted poem seems to differ. Nice touch.


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