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RAE DESMOND JONES
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Our ending should be with grace & must be done face to face (although we must not embrace ) I hope that your next boyfriend Will sound so very sweet, His voice should be masculine & deep his character As shallow as his twinkling blue Hungry empty eyes so, When you look in there, you see A universe of love May he be raddled with every Chronic social disease & may you be so besotted dear That you fail to care & love his pretty worthless soul Until your own is bare.

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