cristobal obregon silvertop
Song From The Other Side Of The Shell - Poem by cristobal obregon silvertop
This man, has, passed your dimensions, of baby doll, California candy suck, to your lovely paradise and discovered a red garden filled with strange succulent flowers. Me, perplexed hungry for your glint, or a ride in a song, for a mere penny.Sing along this sad song you and me, true all through the night into the blue, through the flames titillating we bite the apple of love, as we cruse on the ocean liner of love. New wonders, tastes, we caress the, unknown, sweet tasting, love rivers shower us and prepare us for springtime, which lifts us and we cruse through the streets, the impurities, enter, and our loved one enters us and we are nourished, by it and we live our destiny. the picture is painted we are loved. and we feel fulfilled, we love we have a horse for charging, the ants do their work. air for all. Forever.
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