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A Quill Pen

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By Mark GrahamPublished 2 months ago 1 min read
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man writing with quill pen (pexels.com)

Who has ever written with a quill pen before? I have and it is an experience having to go back and forth to dip the nib (a nib is the portion of the pen that holds the ink) into a little jar of ink or as they did a very long time ago in inkwells on a desk, but you probably know that. The tips are very sharp but I believe everyone will know that fact. Some quill pens are stiff and others can be flowy with the breeze when it blows. Just think about it for a second or a few minutes.

Always writing

questions and answers to

understanding

interesting and intelligent

lists and

litigious materials

pertaining to

enigmatic

notwithstanding any other kind of reading material presented.

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Mark Graham

I am a person who really likes to read and write and to share what I learned with all my education. My page will mainly be book reviews and critiques of old and new books that I have read and will read. There will also be other bits, too.

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