Beryl Dov

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CHILDHOOD'S MAGIC 10 WORD


Childhood's magic is saying, 'Do you want to be friends? '
Childhood
http: //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Childhood
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Submitted: Friday, August 22, 2014

Topic of this poem: MAGIC


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Beryl Dov, Poet Laureate of the Internet, satirist, artist, Rabbi, stand-up comic, love&creativity GURU is the world's MOST POPULAR&PROLIFIC POET; with over 12.8 million pageviews; 3400+poems; 27.8K+ reads/day; a viral-growing following; 600K+words: >Tolstoy's War&Peace; HIS 2.9 MILLION LISTINGS IF YOU GOOGLE SEARCH: poems poem poetry Beryl Dov ~is the 2ND HIGHEST IN THE WORLD~exceeded only by Shakespeare~& 20 times higher than the Poet Laureates of England & America COMBINED.
He holds a Masters in Dramatic Literature&Philosophy; awarded Man Hooker Prize&ECHO; Award; author of Primer of Love, Jumpstarting ḈƦƐαՇїѵїՇў &Drink; lived in NY/Montreal/Austin &SantaFe; he now lives in Ubud, Bali until they figure out WTF he's up to.
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