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The sun shines as brightly as an eclispe.
It engulfs and lightens.
It smells like trouble, feels cold, I listen its quiet as a mouse, I see nothing, I taste coolness on my tongue.
The darkness beacons the light felt on my arms.
The lights on the stage as Julia Robers performs in Hollywood.
No the sun was dark.
Dark as night and full of mystery and wonder.
OMG here it comes.
The stepsister walked in, adorned with beauty.
"Waiting for yesterday"
The purple mondey shrilled with laughter at the stepsister.
This was about as funny as a pop quiz.
KK likes to sing.
The notes will lead her to a new world a place that she can call her own.
The chalkboard with the notes will confused and distain him from his journey.
He will keep walking until he goes nowhere.
The sky will welcome them in with open arms, ready to serve them.
The eclipse is over but the night as come, the clock now chimes, but the wrong one comes. The things that are funny seem to trouble us the most.