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Jerry Wayne Lawrence, Jr. 1978 (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)


Fret. U.N.I.T.Y.: Lovely.
Lady After Lady: HERStory.
Gory Vz. Bloodshed.
Hide Vz. Undead & Infrared.
Dread, Curses, Happenstance, As They Dance.
Prance Gives A Middle Finger 2 Focal.
Vocal Defeats 616.
Green Encounters Travail.
Assail, Her Wail, 1ce Defeated By Tiger Claw.
Law Deteriorates, Orders Laughed @. Spat On, Philosophies.
Fees Of Souls.
Goals: The Feed. Need & Want Consult Over Whats Received From The Ultimate Vault.
Insult & Assault, Stomp Down, Stomp, 2 Oblivion.
Obsidian Housing Projects 2 Majestic Mansions Of Liquid Marble.
Horrible: Crisis Chews 616 Gumballs. Said Pieces Of Bubble Gum, Avail, The Secret Wars Of The Invisibles.
Stables Of Hot Property Burn N The Bordellos Of The Burlesqueries While Whores Of A Sex Celebrate N Sacrificial Saloons.
Dabloons Detiorate While Their Ships Sink.
Ink Hardens, Hands Turn Skeletal.
Invisible Woman With Most Sensual Jiggle.
Wiggle Of Aroused.
Housed N A Tank That's N The Blood Bank's Garage.
Mirage Of, Mi Lady: Malady.
Catastrophe Frees Anarchy From The Penitentiary.
Marry: The TRU 'N Livin' Blaque: Goddess. Modest Harvest.
Unrest Undermines Rest 2 Accede 2 Rest.
Best, Blessed By The Amulet.
Toilet Soiled By The Spoiled Gypsies Of The Neverending Zadar Of Zdideadr & Succumb.
Numb: Amulet.

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Love & Comic Books.

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Written on February 23, 2022

Submitted by jerrywlawrence2666 on February 24, 2022

1:14 min read

Jerry Wayne Lawrence, Jr.

A Poet 4 Some Years Just Trying 2 Get What I Do Out There 2 Bring Some Enjoyment 2 Life. more…

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