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The theme this time is “for sale.” What comes to mind when you think of selling, trading, putting something out for others?


Write a poem, post a thought, share with us. Are you selling something right now? Do you wish you were? What do you want to sell or buy or trade? Go deep or stay on surface. Start a discussion about what’s ‘for sale.’


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The Daisy and the Rose
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“Writing is like sex. First you do it for love, then you do it for your friends, and then you do it for money.”
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Gabriela thanks for turning me onto this site, mish. i've obviously been a little busy trying to think of the books i've read in the past few years. very fun. i read a lot! :) anyways, i can't wait to start browsing your suggestions and others' to find my next 'good read.' i'm rereading 'the fountainhead' now and that'll keep me busy for a bit but the stuff on my shelf doesn't really entice me. i'm going to have to find a copy of 'mists' soon so we can chat about arthurian stuff! any fodder for our assignments on here?


Stephanie Hey! Thanks for the invite! Maybe I'll actually be motivated to start reading my stacks of books!


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