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Capitol with an "o"

A line up the nose is what prompted your impromptu prose  Too coward to pull the trigger  You hired a contract killer  Do u miss her ?

an incision upon the labial frenulum

Indefatigably it was ingrained that it was meant to be Until the bleeding stopped She no longer wanted to see her life hemorrhaging every day She scraped up enough love inside her vein to walk away And as her heart broke into two all that was left was her beautiful Tattoos

Walk on the Wild Side ....

WE NEED PHONE VOLUNTEERS WCA needs volunteers!  We need the following phone shifts: Monday, Wed, and Sat 9am to 2pm (but they only need to be checked every hour or two) and Tue and Sun 3pm to 9pm. Wildlife Hotline Volunteers are the first point of contact between the concerned caller about a wild animal and Wildlife Care Association. Volunteers will receive training on how to answer questions regarding co-existing with urban wildlife, how to reunite wild parents with their young and how to identify when an animal needs medical care or rehabilitation. If you have a love for wildlife and can effectively communicate with a diverse public, then you will enjoy this rewarding and exciting volunteer opportunity. The best part of being a Volunteer Hotline Specialist is helping local wildlife in the comfort of your own home or at our Wildlife Care Facility. If you are interested in becoming a phone volunteer, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at  wcavolunteers@yahoo.

::: really really :::

When I miss you I enter the darkened movie room  There is only one seat  There are multiple screens which allot for a panoramic view  Next to the comfortable seat is a small table with a bucket of popcorn I take my seat The lights dim And the screen fills with each memory of you The first time we talked on the phone The first time we met The morning we met at the donut shop All these scenes play simultaneously  On a loop I sit in the dark and relive these happy moments with you and it's like you never left me.....

Preeminent Prose (4 short ones)

In a darkened room he crept in And slipped it in  Pretending to be another When she opened her eyes  He couldn't help but smile  Because he was his brother : rape Snortin rocks bustin analog clocks Shooting up dimes wasting time Looking for that next line : addict He missed his cue when he said I do and their hate came tumbling ever after There's no such thing as a happy wife: There's a lying wife A cheating wife  A subservient wife  And a dead wife  He loved her like the wind loved the rain and together they danced in fury making love in between stop lights.