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Script 1

Post by creativesoul » January 7th, 2019, 1:13 am

She was a little princess at birth
Joan of arc at 12
She wanted to be like her grandmothers
Happily married living in a nice house with bird feeders

The angels have already blessed her
Everything but the happily married after
Math
Drums

Italian
Intense honorable
After all the courtesan
His wife
Violins play a sad little song
Paizza s de San matco
The sunlight
The smell of venice
Italy

Africa
Women
Drugs
More wine please
Horribly sorry
reason is over rated, as is logic and common sense-i much prefer the passions of a crazy old woman, cats and dogs and jungle foliage- tropic rain-and a defined sense of who brings the stars up at night and the sun up in the morning---

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Re: Script 1

Post by creativesoul » January 7th, 2019, 1:16 am

When in Africa
The smiles are brown and beautiful
The things that occur
In sand and timeless
Evolution economy
Trust in the bank f white people
Pay your taxes or the big man comes to the door
World bank
Badagry
Beaches
The bosses wife

Smoking ganja
reason is over rated, as is logic and common sense-i much prefer the passions of a crazy old woman, cats and dogs and jungle foliage- tropic rain-and a defined sense of who brings the stars up at night and the sun up in the morning---

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Re: Script 1

Post by saw » January 7th, 2019, 11:12 am

no one gets a playbook
few have a personal coach
so we stumble into adulthood
largely without a plan, often
not picking up the cues that lead
to questionable decisions, we plunge
headlong into our life
like Elvis diving from the cliffs of Acapulco
only difference is he pops up from under the water
with his hair perfectly coiffed
If you do not change your direction
you may end up where you are heading

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