Say It Aloud, Amen - Poem by James McLain
Permanently from this made light of love.
And all thy laws of judgements reparation.
Thy of me above and this it does for you.
Tangled line is frought smile make the hook more tangled.
Come now child freting which is bothered.
Thy his your wealth coming telephones.
High order to endeavor, for my wit.
Because I am when left off blind make no mistake.
I do by you perseve,
and freedom is the lever is thy stamp.
Relaxing sleep is when relaxing is the musled wares.
Shaking to be used and used, now say it aloud all men.
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