Quotations From KEWAYNE WADLEY


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  • Her tongue is the novocaine that heals all pain
    Kewayne Wadley
  • Her mouth is the Aqueduct
    From which my life springs
    Kewayne Wadley
  • And Like The rain, We Both Fell
    Kewayne Wadley
  • Easier is a state of mind, even a ocean starts as a puddle
    Kewayne Wadley
  • And with the touch of her hand, the wall became a bridge
    Kewayne Wadley
  • Flaws reciprocate each other until they find perfection, only through outside eyes
    Kewayne Wadley
  • I was never good enough, that still wasn't never enough to stop me
    Kewayne Wadley
  • She showed me that being strong willed was hardly enough in the midst of her disaster, I've watched buildings falter beneath her steps only for her to then smile like nothings happened
    Kewayne Wadley
  • Fragile are the pages we turn, not truly knowing the severity of tight pressed pages
    Kewayne Wadley
  • Everyone fails to mention what happens to the moth after the flame is extinguished
    Kewayne Wadley
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