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By everythinghappensomuch Send DollMail
Created: 2012-12-01 22:16:49 All stories by everythinghappensomuch
and in that moment i swear we were glittery pixels. i enjoy long pixelated walks on the beach and the quiet screeches of hundreds as my pink glittery pixels blind those around me. life is good when you're pink and glittery and pixelated. ye. every boyfriend is the one until otherwise proven the good are never easy the easy never good and love it never happens like you think it really should deception and perfection are wonderful traits one will breed love the other hate you'll find me in the lonely hearts under i'm after a brand new start and i don't belong to anyone they call me homewrecker homewrecker.After his early attempts at poetry, Poe had turned his attention to prose. He placed a few stories with a Philadelphia publication and began work on his only drama, Politian. The Baltimore Saturday Visiter awarded Poe a prize in October 1833 for his short story "MS. Found in a Bottle".[42] The story brought him to the attention of John P. Kennedy, a Baltimorean of considerable means. He helped Poe place some of his stories, and introduced him to Thomas W. White, editor of the Southern Literary Messenger in Richmond. Poe became assistant editor of the periodical in August 1835,[43] but was discharged within a few weeks for having been caught drunk by his boss.[44] Returning to Baltimore, Poe secretly married Virginia, his cousin, on September 22, 1835. He was 26 and she was 13, though she is listed on the marriage certificate as being 21.[45] Reinstated by White after promising good behavior, Poe went back to Richmond with Virginia and her mother. He remained at the Messenger until January 1837. During this period, Poe claimed that its circulation increased from 700 to 3,500.[5] He published several poems, book reviews, critiques, and stories in the paper. On May 16, 1836, he had a second wedding ceremony in Richmond with Virginia Clemm, this time in public.[46]
  
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