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The Legendary Graduate

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Published: 7 months ago

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Author: Joseph D. Smith

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The Legendary Graduate is an exciting and rare look inside the mind of an autistic poet! The author, Joseph D. Smith wrote this book of poetry in honor of his private graduation ceremony from Glasgow High School in Glasgow, Ky! He was honored by the Judge, Hon. Phillip Patton and he was presented with his victory medal by the then Barren County Sheriff, Chris Eaton. Make history with this exciting and rare look inside the mind of an autistic individual. Thank you!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Joseph D. Smith

Joseph D. Smith is a proud autistic individual, and he suffers from gynecomastia, but unlike other men with the condition, he is proud to show off!

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