It’s a story told from the perspective of a young boy (Louis) whose parents are separated, seemingly over his father’s alcoholism.
In an age where email, FB messenger, Whatsapp and whatever other form of digital communication takes your fancy, the hand written word can take second place. Today ‘thank you’s’ can be said or sent, with accompanying happy face emoji the moment a gift has been received. All of these are good, but for me nothing beats the pleasure of a hand written thank you.
TWD Magazine’s goal is to provide a genuinely positive, memorable, comfortable, and professional editorial experience as possible. It is a passion that I strive to maintain with all future Contributors and future Collections.
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Without further ado, the winners of TBLJournal’s 2nd Annual Super-Funky-Snazzy Awards!
Happy New Year!
I am please and very VERY happy to present to you TWD 3rd Collection! I hope that you get to enjoy reading the 3rd Collection; thank you for your continued support!
Each poem has the ability to take you in, to absorb you and hold you down like Petrificus Totalus, your eyeballs the only thing moving across the page.