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(all natural)

Here I am!Been through so much!Seen so many things!Who am I!I am Crystal!Have a balance in life to have the most success.Completed many purposes and still moving forward.Change everything that was bad for me and accomplished all my strength in the term good.The weather sometimes storms over my mistakes so it can make me believe im not good enough to live on earth,but my natural abilit
y always conquer the sunshine to bright a smile winning journey in my being.Dedicated to love.It inspired me to warn others that hate will devour all there texture.I have been squeezed out enough to know that my glands of my plant garden are filled with the seed of bloom and blossom.When things try to swipe me as a stolen credit card I hunger and crave to reach inside my pocket and pay the full balance of the cushion that dwells in my endurance.A bundle of joy inspired me to smile because im discovered in happiness.Built in coverage.Sheltered in the capsule of any medicine.The sugar seed of any fruit because many grasp towards my comfort to taste the sweetness of all blessings.I was pinched out to prosper and filled a colony of natural opportunity.All the small negative quantity became the large positive impact of all my resources.My life is great!!I have no outcome of lumps,bruises,plunder,defeated contrast,or shred of any chunk.I grip all my care in the direct power of my natural being and stimulate in being beautiful inside and out my womanhood.I have accumulated all thats in my heart to be very precious!!!
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Submitted on September 05, 2012

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