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Grammar.com
comma after 'No'

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Poetry.com
Wow, amazing. Thank you for sharing :)

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Moving words :(

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Nicely punned :)

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And what would space be, without time? It would not exist at all :)

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Just saw this now somehow. You got it! The comments work great - it's just we have a number of different convos going under all your various poems !!

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Heavy words...

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Ada banyak kebenaran dalam kata-katamu

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Holy words

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The pain is so palpable. Anyone who has suffered loss can relate to it. Sending love and strength.

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Cosy writing!

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It's certainly over in the blink of an eye...

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This piece resonated of war poetry for me - is it of that genre?

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Ooh I like this one :) Well Done

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Enlightening :) Truthfully though, the words are eloquently arranged. Thank you for sharing

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I found the first stanza particularly powerful

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Beautiful.

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What beautiful narrative words of an important family and national story.

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Singular comparison :)

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Absolutely. What a gift a healthy mind is.

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Humbling thought indeed!

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Grammar.com
Thanks for the question! This is known as a 'serial comma' or the 'Oxford comma'.
See more info here: https://www.grammar.com/serial-comma-rule-‑-red-white-and-blue
In short, it can be used, or omitted - either way is acceptable when writing casually - ie. not for a particular publisher or academic article 

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Grammar.com
Yes, you can say, 'Here's a little instruction for you' - instruction meaning general guidance, or 'Could I offer you some instruction?' - again, the word 'instruction' refers to general, not specific, guidance.
If you want to refer to one or a few specific instructions, here are some alternatives:- 'Here are some pointers'
- Here is a list of instructions'
- 'Here's a little guidance to get you started'

What you say depends on what you are trying to say, to who and in what context.
 

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Poetry.com
Excellent!

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Quotes.net
I just finished reading 'A matter of death and life'. Thanks for sharing quotations from Yalom on the site! We're glad to have you here!

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