Chapter 19 of the book Anthology
Cheers, Mr. G;
>Your ending will do it every time! no more stars, man, this is just plain good. Dear definitive descriptions were very good but I think they were better in another writing, or what I'm trying to get it is, how you approach being descriptive change, I think, oh hell I don't know, but something happened.
>you always seem to aesthetically surround your descriptiveness so,She adamantly and that's why I thought you'd do it when describing the rusty sink? Like in stead of the water, maybe the large orange rustic stain in the basin would, maybe, have been more than what I was expecting? Looking at it that way and not the water, straight off, but what water was causing. You done that type of descriptiveness and many of the other works. So far not so much in this one. No excuses or anything it's just I see the difference. Obviously the conceptual theme has a lot to do with it.
>Sounds like he lived, as if he uses that new air-freshener called "TROPICAL TORNADO-BREEZE"! Chuckle!
>Oops! "Inside Gavin's one-room cocoon(maybe comma?) everything stood still.?
>When opening the door, Gavin, saw the beginning of life and its meaning and the pills on the floor became an Alzheimer's memory.
>Thanks for sharing my friend take care and have a good one, one of the reason around in the police want to stay here.
Comment Written by krys123 on 11-May-2019