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Ubiquity

You can't escape your enemies no matter what the care.
They seem to be ubiquitous and show up everywhere.

You can't escape veracities no matter the despair.
They seem to be ubiquitous and emerge everywhere.

You can't escape adversities no matter what the prayer.
They seem to be ubiquitous and pop out everywhere.

You can't escape profundities no matter how aware.
They seem to be ubiquitous and arise everywhere.

You can't escape competitors no matter what the dare.
They seem to be ubiquitous and crop up everywhere

You can't escape chicaneries no matter what the snare.
They seem to be ubiquitous and occur everywhere.

You can't escape romantic loves no matter the affair.
They seem to be ubiquitous and turn out everywhere.

You can't escape antagonists no matter what you swear.
They seem to be ubiquitous and appear everywhere.
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Submitted on February 05, 2010

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