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Today, I feel like a broken streetlight. I used to shine and make wet pavement glisten below me... Now, I'm shattered and lying in pieces on the sidewalk as it rains. "Secret worlds swirling through my universeâ? The colors flash before my eyes and all I want to do is touch them, fingertips curling around imagination, inspiration, as if it's a tangible thing."
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Published June 24th 2010 by Smashwords, Inc.
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Jennifer-Crystal Johnson is originally from Germany, but was raised all over. She has published one novella under her former last name, The Outside Girl: Perception is Reality (Publish America, 2005) and, more recently, a poetry book, Napkin Poetry (Broken Publications, 2010). One of her short stories, The Clinic, has recently been featured on Jack Meets Jill (dot net) and her poetry has appeared ...more

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