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Loquacious Lair Of Poetry

Alexander M. R. Smoljanovic

Publisher: Alexander M. R. Smoljanovic

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Loquacious Lair Of Poetry is a collection of deep poems that rhyme.  This book contains entertaining original poems that span various categories including Romantic Love, Fantasy, Fiction, Non-fiction, Sad and Dark, Fiction and Science Fantasy. 
Artwork was specifically created for each. 
The images are snapshots of actual animations created for the poetry. 
The stories are either new or continuations of those already published in my first book   entitled Illusory Realm Of Poetry

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