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Plastic Flowers

eddie john ryan 1988 (reno)



Everybody loves a flower, why wouldn't they, flowers smell good, they look pretty, and they make people feel good. But what about plastic flowers? Some people think plastic flowers are not the real deal. But think of them being true love. They will never die; they will always be there, they do not need money or extra stuff to be happy. All it wants is your company. So when you go to bed tonight think of your true love, just for a second, as your true love just might be a plastic flower.
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Submitted by ROARNATION on January 07, 2021

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