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Sunday, 20 October 2013
01:49:05 PM (GMT)
Softly speaking a slight intrusion into my world, they made. The pit pat of our Summer inheritance a torrential symphony composed: of lightning from the hands of the Titans up above. Thunder from the steeds and mares Godlier men wield. And then the darkness of the thunderclap consumed me. Try as much as they will to shade away my existence with the color of constant and sanguine gray. The Navajo song of the mother's tears that wilt man's hair and dampen their lofty goals. Try to send me asunder; try and try you might, but I hide in Plato's cave. Ignorant and fetal like and bent over, I'm in the womb of my mind waiting for the age that I may be born. They named me Ajax son of Telamon.

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