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Charles Hice

Rookie (May 13 2004 / Heaven)

GobbleyGook


Balderdash it all over the hill is slanted eye see the blinds folded spindled creme in the cuppa of Jojo on mhy mind. Implanted imprinted infringed on my copywright. Memory intact but short term memory online plays heck with my game eye forgot eye saved the Zuma level so eye start over now its only the game not the end of the world. Oh hurry please dry socks in this room is climate controlled my socks should soon dry to my feet will not be cold when eye putt my shoes back on my feet they will last one more night in the freeze outside. Deliberately going slow eye putt the brakes on to slow myself down to get in touch with the pattern of the winter solace eye frown to the sky to stop the clouds bring me some warm sunshine. Eye will not abuse my superpowers just to watch over my equipment should be safe enought without me even iff eye leave it to be picked up later on. Although eye could be in two places at once eye decided to be in only one. Who is typing this who is not outside to guard the things that he possesses must eye fret the whole existence or only this poor half of it. Some people still divide the Day time into hours is it time to ice the cake eye must confess that eye am curious. The heating instructions on the stew Can be ignored by eye think its safe to eat the ingredients when hungry. Nerves tick against the clock the time eating my lunch. But eye will no longer be the slave to winter or my things. Its eye who rules this Day.

Submitted: Monday, March 26, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, March 27, 2012
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