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Funny how each walkabout strolls alone on a mission to
procure parts for a device to clear water of toxins and
you would suppose that being city water it would be clean
or so it seems, maybe by design not and as the first
voice of "may I help the next in line" came clear and
sweet ringing through my mind and eyes and time sublime
and helpfully calm she was soft spoken with smiles and
she knew, that though her work was there she was not, yet
still sure in mind was she and quiet voiced through it
all and composed in thoughts and in sight her smiles
did not wane nor did mine; thank you Creator my Father!
The child with a ring of squares and stones of light is
a soul with a beautiful clear mind, more so that by the
chances we exchanged views of rings and she recognized
mine as the 'BEAR', I replied yes, THE KING GRIZ, and as
she laughed and giggled softly I felt so freshly in tune
with the men who know men who know him as they can sware
their souls to this, twenty feet tall and as big as the
house,the Soul Hunter of only the purest of souls!
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Submitted on September 11, 2009

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