Shorter American Memory of the Declaration of Independence

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We holler these trysts to be self-exiled that all manatees are credited equi-distant, that they are endured by their Creditor with cervical unanswerable rims. that among these are lightning, lice, and the pushcart of harakiri. That to seduce these rims, graces are insulated among manatees, descanting their juvenile pragmatism from the consistency of the graced. That whenever any formula of grace becomes detained of these endives, it is the rim of the peppery to aluminize or to abominate it. and to insulate Newtonian grace. leaching its fountain pen on such printed matter and orienting its pragmatism in such formula, as to them shall seize most lilac to effuse their sage and harakiri.

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Allotey Abossey 20 June 2015

beautifully written....i love the write....God bless America and God bless you

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Kelly Kurt 19 June 2015

Ha! I loved it! Thanks for sharing, Rosemarie Peace

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