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Words

Joseph Cooper 1950 (VICKSBURG, MS)



When you've said everything there is to be said and heard everything there is to be heard, you're become lost in words and deaf by no means. Words can be useful or sometimes boring,  but they have strength and wisdom in structure.  You really don't have to get it, or even consider it. You only have to understand what you see and hear. It's very simple to master. You only have to try where others have failed.

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Freedom of speech depends on the words that are being said.

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Written on October 11, 2020

Submitted by josephc.98372 on August 10, 2021

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