Rooster Land — Dig Site — Trompe-l’œil
Title: Trompe-l’œil
Subtext: Let them fall off the page.
Date: 07 Dec 15 (Monday in the PM)
Time: 1 minute
Replies: 12
Revisions: 3
Publicity: Workshop
The child is good at drawing. The child draws the cats and plants where it lives. The child draws the shells of the crabs they had eaten for dinner. The child’s mother . . . it goes on – however, this piece is for writers.

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