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Amy Lowell's Cigar
AmyLowellCigar

Origin

Amy Lowell

Type

Cigar

Effects

Increases volume to user's ears

Downsides

When in use effects my lead to deafness

Activation

Held

Collected by

Agent Jacob Torres

Section

Clio-362A

Aisle

894-6352

Shelf

56540-4565-453

Date of Collection

08/2004

[Source]


OriginEdit

Amy Lowell's (1874 - 1925) most influential works had to do with her sonnets since she was adamant to adhere to what she called free verse. It drew controversy as was easy to read and in its pure form, impossible to recite as she told people that to recite one must use their voice completely. In short it meant speaking without breathing in to interrupt the words. Other poets found her to be annoying and when she requested to posthumously publish writings of other poets to "share their genius" without actually sharing credit. Her most annoying habit was smoking cigars over cigarettes stating that cigars lasted longer even though the smoke upset others around her.

EffectsEdit

Often sitting on the outside of conversations Lowell was still able to hear conversations as if she was right there and that was because her cigar was imbued with her selfishness and greed to become as famous as possible.

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