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Seated silence, shining sky. Sinking sun seems shy, As clouds pass by. Red rays glaring rye. Homing birds flying high. Green meadow, glittering water,
Cramped in those yellow walls of her kitchen, she craves freedom from that prison. She looks out of her grilled window from day-to-day and
No more all-you-can-eat buffets, No more forcing smiles. Wealth disappeared, despair rates skyrocketed, Worries ebbed and flowed. The Thing makes us go crazy, And

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” I am you, save me ” lay those words, in bold in the book beside the bed every morning without fail. Doesn’t matter,
From now on, To bear with you I would need xanthic lights And shabby corridors! You need to snatch me away from myself Pull
LGBT – rather than being a commonly used word which can be spoken with much normalcy, the word grew out to be a sensitive,
Enough has probably been said about the inauspiciousness of the current year. But, since no respite from the constant barrage of misfortunes is in
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