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Kiley Lee is a Pushcart nominated poet and artist, with work in multiple publications and exhibitions across the United States. She lives in the Appalachian foothills with her family and loves staring at the clouds. For more information, including a list of her publications, please visit: legendcitycollective.wordpress.com‬ She tweets @KBogart10

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