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PRIME MINSCULE



Ignoble man, I ignore man without wisdom
One who lessons lies about truths
His story has a lot less on who, what, where and when
Know truth lessens
Few knew world order was in commence
Especially with the guise of a faith, see one chap pull…
The sheepish flock, like lambs to slaughter
Mass sieve in believing paying as prey in chapels
Believing with today's pay sins are forgiven tomorrow
This attracts a lot more of the some, who more or less, feel more than less hide behind the sum of more
Human, no ID, oblivious, guided whilst blinkered by ones non-sense
Dependent on the capital to measure one's freedom with wealth
This is no more than a toll to the keeper of your 'haven'…
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2/11/19
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