One-Letter Words author Craig Conley just discovered the wonders of "Inside the Semicolon"; have you?
His recent praise (much thanks by the way) has inspired me to feature once again the punctuation poems for those of you who have yet to discover their joys.
Check them out:
"Inside the Semicolon"
"The Point of Exclamation"
"The Question Mark"
"Parentheses (A Conjuration)"
While you're checking things out, why not take a look at Conley's One Letter Words dictionary? It's crazy and useful. Isn't that what we all aspire to?
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