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reap bad deeds

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reap bad deeds

As ye sow, you get the maybe corn, and reap, the stinking uncooked prawn, cos ye n me are slack .... ones deed comes up to speed , like car on the racing track, it comes around yes indeed, next time it gives you a smack, karma on the racetrack steed, a hurting memory Jack, why the silly bludger always bleeds, elementary, it talks back.... Don

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  1. Date: 9/5/2013 9:00:00 AM
    The faults of our human nature.... witty and at the same time profound write. Thanks Don.. enjoyed this one xx