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Tango

No invitations sent one to the other love is nurtured with dedication; our love is a great celebration

We dance the dance the Tango tangled romance

As we slip and slide from side to side ones come to realize you have seen right through my veneer

Hard and coarse by my design now on our course its smoothen and crystal clear

The house we build is founded on solid ground; In it is where all our love can always be found

We dance the dance
the Tango tangled romance
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Submitted by kevina.22744 on May 19, 2021

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Kevin Anderson

From ghetto fabulous to military standards with customs and courtesies. The Path taken in life from the United States of America to far and distant lands has indubitably exposed me bare. The adventure has made the person; the man. Born in Illinois, raised in East St. Louis and Royal Lakes, from there the fam hightailed it to California. Dallied in Inglewood then Bompton or Compton, some do say. Signed my name on the dotted line bringing the world into full view. I joined the United States Air Force in 1986, fully retired in 2016, 30 years of honorable service and of making life do what it does so I can do what I do when I do what I do communicating my thoughts or a few. more…

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