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Jennifer Schaeffer

Jennifer Schaeffer, a word lover and writer at heart. She especially enjoys writing Haiku, but not typical 5/7/5 syllable poems about nature. She finds it challenging to capture and convey raw, deep human emotions and mold it into the 5/7/5 syllable format. She also finds it incredibly satisfying. Jennifer is on a path of self-discovery, deviating from the path that has been laid out before her, courtesy of society. She is well on her way.

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Excerpt from The House on 66th Street by Esther Mizrachi

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