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Megatron

Dawn D Mitchell 1981 (NYC)

Get out my mouth jesus let me stay here figure things out i know betta do betta stupid fake bag my nag is smarter than you reyond begone the bullshit she like ket melody go away doe, few will follow quiet yellow. She like bring me a key gave your things so I gotta sea she like pass thru wap get grub at the restuarant and pop. She like there 100 one quite like you keep it a 100 stay in the blue she like she like me she like me dont she like me Dont trip shhe like not like me, I dont know (if I) filter all this artist work (If I ) shorty bentley ride short li wait see look on her face face coolie high (If I ) during the proposal masterbate (to someone) every now tell and then why do itt you does travelling create exhaustion Im (IDRIS)) walked down.
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Dawn D Mitchell

Dawn D Mitchell is an american poet and activist reform most of her poerty has not been released. But today she is apart of a group called Revolution Bob Avakian on actual revolution and the new communism. more…

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