Troy Ulysses Davis
Enjills - Poem by Troy Ulysses Davis
Persian serpent surplus lust
overtook the colored, became the dusk.
Asher and Lestat, Anne Rice matters.
Werewolf triads, solidarity with Vau empires.
Tyrants misfire silver bullets throughout the millinium.
Cures to resolve illness, death, rival delinquents.
All in unison owe their existence to the Elohim
thought a third of the..
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