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The Art Of Holding On Too Long
By Danielle Shorr

Series Description:

A series of non-fiction essays, articles, and prose pieces on the topic of love, memories, mistakes, and holding on much longer than one should.

Category: Essays
Updated: Every Other Week
Status: Completed



Author Bio For Danielle Shorr:

Danielle is a Chicago native living in LA attempting to make sense of this world by writing. She is a spoken word artist and a nationally ranked slam poet who previously competed with the Los Angeles youth team. She is currently working on her first full book of poetry, “I Will Regret This In The Morning.” She has a strong fascination with sunflowers, a love for crows, and an addiction to tattoos. 

https://twitter.com/DanielleShorr

https://www.facebook.com/danielleshorrpoetry

http://hellopoetry.com/danielle-shorr







Series Description:

A series of non-fiction essays, articles, and prose pieces on the topic of love, memories, mistakes, and holding on much longer than one should.

Category: Essays
Updated: Every Other Week
Status: Completed


Author Bio For Danielle Shorr:

Danielle is a Chicago native living in LA attempting to make sense of this world by writing. She is a spoken word artist and a nationally ranked slam poet who previously competed with the Los Angeles youth team. She is currently working on her first full book of poetry, “I Will Regret This In The Morning.” She has a strong fascination with sunflowers, a love for crows, and an addiction to tattoos. 

https://twitter.com/DanielleShorr

https://www.facebook.com/danielleshorrpoetry

http://hellopoetry.com/danielle-shorr