I called it a baptism in flaming ink that forced me to shed my shyness about recognizing myself as a poet and to accept the fact... - Aberjhani Quotes
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Quote:I called it a baptism in flaming ink that forced me to shed my shyness about recognizing myself as a poet and to accept the fact that life had never given me any choice in the matter. And then I had to discover exactly what that meant. - Aberjhani Quotes


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