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This one was written in a time of complexity.

Eather vailed seraph draped onion layers of habiliment, lay upon a gray gyre quarreling in lumen apparition of desire.
Betwixt beyond up upon the apron of the azure apex.
Legions of laymen waiting in apolune.
Waylay the pay of dismay relay empathy.
Adorn the aureole, this one is yours to toil.
Patron the chantry spill no oil, ensnare the flare under the tarn weir.
Amiss warm kiss by animus assumed extensively absorbed aptly by asperity.
Interpret inane insanity within the bane of our reality.

azzow2 9 July 6
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That one went deeper than the abyss, now that is saying something! Lol

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Mans complexity to imagine a complexity is developed with many myth and legends. Rings are representing of infinity. We often imagine thing beyond what is even tangible and elevate hope even above reason. There is always some regime waiting to become into power and the opposition forces believe the new to be insane. For every action is an expense not necessarily finical but is always emotional. with each in power, they have a devoted following. The incumbent power washes in like a tsunami with ideas of change. Everything that is difficult to accomplish to convince the antis to accept with reason change. This is kind of a summary. I did not write this recent it is over 15 years old. Nor was it intended to apply to one give fashion just a take on the psychology that is augmented in change.

azzow2 Level 9 July 6, 2018
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are you on single malt ?

magicwatch Level 7 July 6, 2018
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You lost me in the first line. I think we are all awaiting some type of reaction or we wouldn't post. Mine was . . . Huh?

Lincoln55 Level 8 July 6, 2018
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