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|Location||Philadelphia, PA, United States|
|Introduction||Artist, Aspiring Author, Arts Administrator & Advocate. Appreciating the Alliteration?|
|Interests||Poetry & Music = Love|
|Favorite Movies||The Parent Trap, Roman Holiday, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Sabrina, Mean Girls, The Pianist, Jezebel, White Christmas|
|Favorite Music||Jazz, Classical, R&B, Soul|
|Favorite Books||Tumbling, A Painted House, To Kill A Mockingbird, She's Come Undone, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, The Lovely Bones, White Oleander, Mozart in the Jungle, On Looking, The Corrections, The Sound and the Fury, The Big Money|
Your bow is not broken but you've run out of arrows. How can you fake being a bard?
Depends on the time period... I'd say, string together bunches of apostrophes, you know, that literary device in which someone directly addresses an inanimate object or someone who is either dead or simply not there... For example: "Oh silk-screen t-shirt..." "Oh Lady MacBeth..." I think it sounds more 'apostrophe'-y if you add the "Oh" before it. What were we talking about again?