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The bright sun shone down on the flowers that day. It made them sweat like slaves in a field of weeds. To the flowers the sun felt like a giant pool of lava sitting by the bay. Every inch and...
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I saw you today, But you're not as I remember. Your eyes no longer sparkle, You've changed since last September. You were so full of life, Yet now you are so cold. Your...
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In The Symposium, there Plato said That human bodies were built differently Two arms, two legs, two faces on one head, So strong that gods would fear their strength, and see, King Zeus, advised...