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Freedom

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religion
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God
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attrition
governments
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hope
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protest
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precious
dream
regress
degenerate
exfoliate
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substance
into
nothing
hell
on
earth
freedom
a
fucking
mockery
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Submitted by Odonko-ba on January 10, 2016

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Odonko-ba

I am a moody anti-social introvert. Meaning: I Trust No One. My best friend is myself. My companion ~ my dog. I write because I must. It is my life line. My Beacon in a world cloaked in darkness, steadfast upon destruction, blinded by their own selfish needs...I write because, I must, to maintain my sanity in an otherwise insane world. I might not be the smartest apple to fall from the tree but believe me the resonance of my impact resoundingly reverberates the tree, stirring emotions and messaging egos in quiet retribution. Welcome to my humble sanctum more…

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