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Oxford shall bleed



If ever a day achieves .To sway , I'd favour a dream of noble interjection and offer an honoured creed . I shall not ebb from earl , or be disrobed by callous crudes . For the skies shall drive a crimson sweat , to mimic a drenching ooze . I could not share a royal fate , all to well perceived . Yet in tangent , I confront the latter and deftly taunt a profound pillion . For still I prefer to glance at an upward tilt , and elevated thrones , sneers contemptuous glints and snickers hover , that shall not wilt . Sublimity reached through intellectual worth , excells supreme and inspires morals of obsolete . MASTER OF MASTERS , hear my plead . For that day shall arrive , when I the oxford shall bleed with words of wisdom , and tufts of sturdy copulation .Fill their ears with sweets and waver not my speech . For non shall live , can hinder your decree .
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THIS IS MY SECOND ACCOUNT , FOR LULU DOES NOT RECOGNISE MY FORMER PASSWORD ANYMORE .THUS I HAD TO RE REGISTER. MY FORMER ACCOUNT IS 0833601673 . I ABSOLUTELY LOVE WRITING POETRY AND THE ODD SONGWRITING . I LIVE IN THE NEW SOUTH AFRICA AND WORK SOME HARD LABOUR AS A CARPENTER IN CONSTRUCTION . FEAR NOT FOR ONE OF GOD'S PROFITS WAS A CARPENTER . MAYBE I CAN BE A FISHER OF MEN OR WOMEN THAT IS , WITH SOME POETRY. FOR THOSE OF YOU THAT ACTUALLY READ THIS , MY WORK IS STRUCTURED ON MY COMPUTER . IT'S JUST THAT I POST THIS ON THE NET VIA CELLPHONE . THUS WITHOUT AN ENTER BUTTON , I'M NOT ABLE TO FORM STANZAS .PLEASE BE CONSIDERATE AND HAVE PATIENTS . more…

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