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No paganistic holidays



Peace the paganistic holidays do not exist they try to come like a deep midst.
Coming into a lava lamp, like in a scenic view, things come and go, up in a different hue.
The spirit doesn't talk to me, yet has an audacity, to come and go and chill out like an igloo.
The peace in the streets, the rise above , the torment in the wind and the phase in the ghetto and guttah, heed to the words of the brothers.
Capturing the ghetto paradise, at a wedding not trowing rice, but getting a vegan pizza slice, to rise with the dough cascading like waters, listening to the powerful journeys rising like yeast with Allah( swt), Yahweh, Elohim, Jah, Jehovah, the god, lord, gurdwara.

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To not do any paganistic holidays do not exist like seeing jesus doesn't exist!!!

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Written on July 20, 2021

Submitted by Jackson090383717 on January 13, 2021

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