In an interview with D. Berkley Jones, Jeff Jacobs once described his writing as qimpressionistic literature.q When asked if that meant he was lazy, the author responded by saying no, only that he liked to leave the stench of creation on every page and the job of interpretation up to the reader. qAll I can do is present the thing. It's up to the reader to pop it in their mouth and chew on it. After all, poetry is everywhere. I don't create a thing if it's worth a damn.qHow did she come to be in this new body? ... When she looked up into his he began to feel his own soul come alive. ... they shared this with each other and with everything else. Shortly after shea#39;d been born hea#39;d had a dream. It had left himanbsp;...
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