Boots and Iron

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May this day bring peace, joy, and happiness to all of those who have served our country. Let us remember all of the the sacrifices made by those who protect us and our ways of life. More
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  • Category: Fiction » Poetry » Epic
  • Words: 240
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781310821288
About Marshall Zann

Born April 18, 1984. What I do is for entertainment purposes only and isn't meant to be taken too seriously. I grew up in NW Ohio. My time in the public school system was something I'd rather forget about. I didn't go to anyone's drinking parties in high school because my parents were more responsible than that. We were raised non denominational Christian and church wasn't a big aspect of our lives. I also wasn't forbidden from reading about other religions so I'm more agnostic than anything. I was never sold on atheism or anarchy for that matter. I started learning guitar in my early teens and it branched off of that. I guess I got tired of "rock" music for a while and I started towards electronica. You can probably also tell about when I got into abstract art. I do this on my own and I'm not involved with any third party organizations. I'm all about freedom of speech and expression. I never knew who was stalking me over Craigslist and it isn't my business to guess what their issues were. It's not like they couldn't get ahold of me before it became a shit show. I'm not responsible for anyone's relationship problems. If they really had a legitimate claim against me, they wouldn't need to hack my accounts to make their story up. I've been migrating my music to youtube. I'm on instagram and Twitter, I have Reddit and Twitch but I don't really use them much. You can also reach me at marshallzann@yahoo.com. I've been reading Robert Frost lately and I think I'm actually picking up on sheet music this time.

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K. C. Boone, MSFE reviewed on on Nov. 12, 2013

Wow!
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