to be

Jon Cribb

is owns its presence.

is is and can be was

is is absolute certainty.

to be is itself a powerful. 

state    of    being.

 

is was and is important to literature.

is defines and illustrates character.

is is not a comparison as as is

is can no longer be just a 

"helping             verb"

 

"is or not is

that to be the question"

Jon Cribb has been working the year as an Instructional Assistant at an elementary school. His educational background is in Creative Writing, where he focused on sentence structure and honing his writing skills. He has written several articles for the Salem Times Register. His biggest accomplishment was turning the Roanoke Review, a literary journal from his alma mater, into a fully online magazine. He has not been published before.

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