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Which scales the composition
Pitch and tones
Your conversation dictates
Your company
Words that indicates, signals
Congratulate and makes mention
Refreshing, stale, bold, upfront
and in backgrounder.
Basic rhythms, notations
Indications of full sounds
An empty strings.
Signatures the composition
In completion and in error.
Flats and sharps
Proper posture where
the phalanxes
Wear the edge
Dropping measurable center meters
When the fertile window is open
Might I have at least this.
Again in repetition

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It's believed, through myth that Zerts wish to create a articulation So he and his mistress would put her thongs in a bassoon they would put spe whale oil and Caveir on the thong and use a Ceres' bow to push it back through. When Zerts wife became pregnant after each thyme they'd do this she'd stop. So demanded Zerts to do the same with his wife, he and the mistress became pregnant. Bow to p

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Submitted by allanterry542curtis_2 on October 24, 2021

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