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Sumplacant Inkerlings

Posomi Spitko, Hypotonic glide body.
Angered by not being able to retrieve
the household mini excavator he ordered. A ballad would refute the
Teachings of who he saw as superior.
He debated existence by refusing the
Biblical remedy of causing fear and frustration. He felt small and mere, and thought his position was preordained by all he'd believe and trusted. How dare we wish and pray for things, when those who aspire to be more and want the same things struggle to achieve there goals. Maybe, one day the struggle to achieve might come from all ends. He sought remedy in work. Then might my endeavors have reward.
He speaks to the waters of the creek
To seek solise from a God of defeated people. Those who wain aimlessly until the simplest things make them dance for their God. Tired they fall to their knees to beg. Might the sounds of something meaningful inspire them, should they find fault in the means of there salvation.

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Some who wished him miserable caused his labors to be great, and His ambitious endeavors to fail. "Speak Socrates" and "Ask Jesus" were written in sarcasm, but we're Later used as guidelines to musical Compositions.

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Written on January 01, 2001

Submitted by allanterry542curtis on June 05, 2021

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