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The Fall

The Fall

To gaze upon ruins, led by their master, be hold in us
Renewed to gaze and walked, by the look
Some private conference, coming through a song.

Reputes the hope, pardon me.
The younger bother for all the world.
The eagle for the advertisement, the skin hangs up on me.

Have charged? A hundred thousand rebels are waiting.
He blind his self with foolish tenderness.
Confidence in distress.
Set foot at Washington, he was pleased and shall perform.

Empty promises kept in ever hand.
Proceed now, be more in itself.
For the free world, guarded your foes, charming interest.

True submission, I know this division.
You have beaten men but not their glory freedom.
Hear a riot, well known passant.
They come after him, lucid is the coat, drowning in submission.

I will deliver, the two parties, slip down the stairs,
Likewise shuffle away, prosper and prepared.
Into the park, with your foot in the sky,
His plot, I know, comes with water in your mouth

My good host, black and blue, would melt out of the fat.
Red in straight, here comes the slender.
United ceremony, wears of the bed.

A token from heaven, glim on the coin of today
Fare you well
Better being in children, then lies in the advocates skin.

Intended to serve the good, lack of bound, a troop of fairies.
Remember, odd numbers go with him, prosper our spot.
See your time, better donate, integration spies his vintage pipe.

Smoke cigars, luxury and here it rests.
The white will, almost with speed, comforts false.
Caesar fortune! I did demand the news.
Bending forward with a backslash, a longer question.

Rebellion had ill luck, worse then true.
Spoken like an honest drover, lets resurrect.

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A critic to a known president

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Written on July 13, 2017

Submitted by halojolly on June 13, 2021

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