By J. Iron Word
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Abstract center is a exertions of affection, rising from the unfiltered brain of poet J. Iron observe, a booklet that draws on the strings of our ideals concerning the nature of affection until eventually they unravel.
Through the bravado of his writing and the painstaking readability of his voice, Iron notice has crafted a piece of paintings that encompasses how love has the ability to rework and go beyond us all.
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