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B is for Acceptance

"Dear God, i don't know what my mother sees in you but... as long as she's happy, i'll be happy. good night"

That was a thought in my mind. I considered stretching it into a poetic thought but ... i think i'll leave it as is. 
Pax.

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  1. you should get someone to illustrate these.
    this is glorious

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  2. would you believe i just came here?
    thanks man. indeed yes, that is a good thought.

    pax
    tracy j h

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