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An Angry Maine

Reil Exce Rosanjelix 1970 (Portland, OR)


Here a lion roar, from the sound of the MGM trailer, positioned, desire, inhaler;
Redesigned, asthma looks prescription, leads you wide asking for a hit?
Apocalyptic, intrinsically the awful digits go buy flue and cold predated,
Ascertainment, if & when your stricken, remember when the common never cured?

Its violation, world wide invasion, presence isn't essence if its vision to intimidate, leaves unanswered questions, brings inviolate damage, the tear is cried for pre-decided ores in vaccination:

Hear another roaring invited only trumpets, to fear: what's mattered? closures, banned, not asking for our casts, I vote burning tattered flags off, masks, on open charges towards; and get the Lord, general lee judge meant elected-farm a cope ion tries for trees son, seedy season bearable truly truthful herds of worded...

...cures unheard of worried purpose posing as a second message stirred imperfects pass it back in fourth connected breath of freshness lasts until a tight rack blasted cue into it breaks an 8 is sunk the automatic game is one emphatic but not leased.

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Listen to the sound of the title, get excited, & forget about the way it is spelled. Would you spell me for a moment, I need to check the message, centers' glass house in apposite. This author will produce a modern expression of "Beat Generation" trope and imagery.

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Written on September 02, 2021

Submitted by 1stN5th on September 02, 2021

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Reil Exce Rosanjelix

What more can tell me what I want you to say if and when another person asks my life. To size up the gap between me and her and you and them and then, is just pretend. I like people who are reel, factual, proven, honest, disciplined, empowered, enlightened, upon us, and Mystic. Do I have anything to add? Pick up where I left off, and come find me. more…

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