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Otal Rurt Cion



They contracted strangers
  there different ways,
  One could think these strangers
  where auditioning for spot lefted
  vacant or spots to be vacant.

  What wonders them that put trust
  in superfisal thoughts.
  Who is assured of Tommorrow
  When days of now are stranger
  Those who wish one thing; allies
  His or her selves certain.
  To speak ills to strain the feelings
  of now, to make others tommorrows
  strange.

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Uh neigh go go. Damn the horse lefted samples of our fertiled soils.

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Submitted by allanterry542curtis_2 on September 20, 2021

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