Chamblee54

Popped Up Out Of Nowhere

Posted in Library of Congress, Weekly Notes by chamblee54 on May 13, 2019


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he was weary of her wisdom and shame ~ neither borrower nor lender be
believe in a g-d that knows how to aim
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he was weary of her wisdom and shame
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believe in a g-d that knows how to aim
finding the power in her own name ~ a bee that has gathered too much honey
he was weary of her wisdom and shame
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believe in a g-d that knows how to aim
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he was weary of her wisdom and shame ~ believe in a g-d that knows how to aim ~ selah

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