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U.O.

A phenomenon paranormal to this abnormal life of mine
extraterrestrial with the presence of a celestial mind.
Visably I'm honoring dedication in deep meditation
hovering above sands of time. See my pain thru
every sand grain. My glass is cracked inside of the pane.
It seems as if I'm driving down the highway in the wrong lane.
"U.O." death you can't cheat death or whatever so no
 matter what the weather dodge the raindrops sporadically
cascading dramatically tricklling everywhere. When bad
news hits brace yourself and be prepared. Fear is of
 no requisite to being scared.When knocked down humbly
stand up, chin up, and walk back up those stairs.
And continuously remain at the top of the mountain
 no matter how many scars you bear.
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Submitted on October 15, 2013

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Biographically I would say that this is the place where I share about me.Re veered as a someone with morals, values,and positive energy, inspiration, and responsibilities.My possibilities can't possibly be limited to nothing less than exquisite.Welcome to my page, and I'm glad you stopped to visit. A wizard with words, nouns and verbs, sometimes my proverbs are superb like a nerds. Nope let's kick that one to the curb...I use metaphors and similes by my lonesome or in assemblies if this is where you wish to find me anonymously.Now that you know just a little bit about myself....I say welcome to you once again, and please enjoy yourself:-) more…

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