Lodi Cj Ludovik

(Hot-Malesi, Shkoder, Albania)

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What made it
behave like;
it's been rapped
the birth of life
very intrigueing
pretending superiority
scared in fool's
devilishis supremacy.
?
It's been yield
the soul out
of nothing worthed
eruption of caos.

Nov.23.2012

Submitted: Monday, January 27, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 28, 2014
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Nvember 23.2012*________- - -7: 27PM
Ludovik CelajNEW430 days agoafter a very peaceful argument, all by myself...i came up within writting thisComment +1

the world is caos

Kaitlyn TonerNEW430 days agoi wish it wasnt: (Comment +1

the world as we know it
christina botkeNEW430 days agoi fear this is all we will ever see chaosComment +1

Pretending superiority, scared in fool's, devilishis supremacy. Confusing signals.

Wallace LaBenneNEW430 days agoTo be considered...Comment
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Ludovik CelajNEW430 days ago(Two party's in same side pressing) thank's for the review'Comment +1

hm

LCNEW430 days agoI don't really understand it but it doesn't have to make sense to everyone.

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