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Date Added: February 02, 2017 22:02:49 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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It was lack of contusion. 
The relief had not come. Hours 
were on after the nobility moved 
on faulted track. 
Methane was rising. 

It was white death: 
people were coming, people were going. 
Pure and muddy, the treachery was 
like trace gases in a mine. 
Anytime the explosion will take place. 

The children were shrinking 
I do not speak. Watch the flowerpots flying. 
All the celestial deities have entered the lake. 
Take a quick dip in the nude serenity. 
Time was slipping out from the aquarium.
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