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This letter

Jermarian Cobb 1985 (Memphis tennessee)

The sun did shine and the moon do glow flowers blossom the wind can blow hard or soft nature will change but as new days arrive you have to survive to provide for yourself and for them you love. The mirror show your image but who you are no hid secret from how you view yourself in it start by thinking you see what you become and risk to be something other than being a nobody. The way to feel happy is doing what you like saying positive words toward people that bring you down to acknowledge them smile not frown show you not hurt when a person try considering to break you. The answer is told after question but all questions can't or won't be answered settle for silence cause thoughts get stuck in your head we each eat bread with meat and then drink liquid. The most stupidest act done is telling false stories trust, respect, care, loyalty fade near disappearing fix patiently but wait if you believe faith clear your mistakes keep great wisdom smartly.

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Written on June 26, 2021

Submitted by jermarianjcobb85 on June 26, 2021

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