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No Guts No Glory

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No Guts No Glory

    Life seems-like an ever forbidden story {!!!} one day you're happy, the very 
     next...{?}  "You know the story".  Why are we still feeling the wraft of an im-
     plicable story? "No Guts No Glory."
    Times persistently comes with it sordid details of Up's & Downs. Noone will seek
     to explain...(why) the reason.  But in all due-season....it seem impossible at times
    trying to avoid the difficulties and still maintain one's own sanity.  Anyone dare
     try to explain...or if you could, does it matter whether or not I'm Democratic or Re
    publican.  Life is only rewarded Happiness when the common causes of living misg-
    uides us to believe in the Unjust Principles of Process.  The Process of dealing
    w/families and friends and still be befriended as if life punishes you for being Reces
    sed.  And then no regrets for our our own failures, we as everyday americans still
    accept the pain and the gain of fausely do's and don'ts, only to be place in a cell for
    breaking manmade law's that never accompblished  nothing but...an untold story..(?)
   "No Gut's & No Glory."
    If I had to tell you the story of my life, its hardship and disappointment or in noway an
   attempt   to try to explain my in's and out's, my doubts of which has lead me at the   
   crossroad of good and bad, only to choose the way of my own understanding of
   the poor-of-me.  "No Guts No Glory"

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