Just adding the word may have provided accuracy when one could have missed it out. But is it true?
A powerful force arrested him And pushed him down the alley Where he heard a clown Speaking jests I must … Continue reading Cool view
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Editors are there to present your work, but I wasn’t expecting life lessons as well. However, I’ve finally grasped what … Continue reading Good, unexpected lessons from editors