The Turnip Farmer's Daughter by E.A. Moore


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Post May 26, 2016, 11:38:38 AM

The Turnip Farmer's Daughter by E.A. Moore

I'm flabbergasted that there aren't any comments on this story. I thought it was a hoot!
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Post May 26, 2016, 01:27:27 PM

Re: The Turnip Farmer's Daughter by E.A. Moore

Yeah, lots of fun. Very deftly handled, understated humor. Seamless. Mr. Moore is either naturally talented, or he's done a lot of work behind the scenes (maybe both) to get this little story so smooth.

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Post May 26, 2016, 09:18:23 PM

Re: The Turnip Farmer's Daughter by E.A. Moore

Mr. Moore possibly has engineered an entirely new literary form, the Poelogue, or maybe Prosetry. It combines thinking outside the box with writing outside the paragraph. Let that be a lesson to all of us. The essence of writing is the elegant conveyance of thoughts, emotions, concepts, and characters. I now feel wholly and elegantly conveyed upon.

Now if only I could get some of that paint.

Thanks for the story, and the creativity it inspires!
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