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NAP 3.1


VERY VERY HAPPY TO BE IN NAP WITH SUCH AMAZING AWESOME STELLAR ROCKIN FINE WRITERS. THIS IS WHAT MAKES IT FOP ME . .. THIS IS TO BE ALIVE . . I WANT TO  BE ALIVE . .  . . SCRATCH AND SNIFF . .  IT SMELLS OOOOOHHH SO GOOD . . NAP  . . YOU ROCK . . EVERY SINGLE FRIGGIN TIME . .. THERE MAY BE MAGS IN HISTORY AS GOOD AS NAP . .  . . BUT RIGHT NOW I HAVE FOUND NUTHIN BETTER . . . . ON THE LEVEL . . . FOR FICTION AND POETRY AND HYBRIDS . .  GOD WHAT IS IT?  . . .  THESE ARE REPORTS ON WHAT IT IS . . .THIS IS IT FOLKS . .   . . EVERYONE WANTS A GOOD NAP. ..  THIS IS THE BEST OF ALL POSSIBLE NAPS . . . ALL NAPS ARE THE BEST OF ALL POSSIBLE NAPS . . . READ ALL NAPS . . GO . . . ASHLEY . . GO . . .. LAUREN . . GO  . . . JUSTIN . . .GO . . . . SCOTT . . GO . . . MARCUS . . GO . . . RACHEL . . GO . . . RUSS . .  



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POETRY & FICTION BY LAUREN CLARK, JUSTIN LAWRENCE DAUGHERTY, ASHLEY FARMER, SCOTT HAMMER, RACHEL HYMAN, MARCUS SLEASE & RUSS WOODS.

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