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Mr Wonderful

Dawn D Mitchell 1981 (NYC)

I met you and saw the lusty sqeaky wild live wire walls that just popped up in the scene ran after me in my dream speak to me dont. Come into my supreme being .i lust you over the rim the decision was inevitable so cool so confident strong my wind blown your way its fair way. So why not leave it at that
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Dawn D Mitchell

Dawn D Mitchell is an american poet and activist reform most of her poerty has not been released. But today she is apart of a group called Revolution Bob Avakian on actual revolution and the new communism. more…

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