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Marie Frances

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in Tacoma, The United States
May 20, 1982





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Marie Frances is a Tacoma, Washington native who has been writing stories since she was capable of writing. She fancies herself a 'true geek girl'; playing video games, watching movies, reading comics, and absorbing all things from the dark side of pop culture.

Her interests - outside of writing - include folklore, mythology, weapons, animals, singing, and spending time with her fellow nerd-folk.

Marie has spent the better part of her life focused on the arts. She attended college during her high school years, focusing her education on literature, English, and the humanities. She moved on after high school and satiated her thirst for artistic knowledge by studying graphic design, video game design, photography, and video design and productio

This is a poem I wrote with my childhood best friend Kim when we were 12 years old. We used an antique “Night Before Christmas” book as a reference, andmatchedeach and every syllable, comma, and rhythm, as well as the format and break placements in the original (which refuse to persist in the format provided by this blog, but oh well). Since it’s nearing that time of year, I think it’s time tha...

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Average rating: 4.06 · 66 ratings · 15 reviews · 2 distinct works · Similar authors

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