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Dream Song 66: All virtues enter into this world:)

 'All virtues enter into this world:')
A Buddhist, doused in the street, serenely burned.
The Secretary of State for War, winking it over, screwed a redhaired whore.
Monsignor Capovilla mourned.
What a week.
A journalism doggy took a leak against absconding coon ('but take one virtue, without which a man can hardly hold his own') the sun in the willow shivers itself & shakes itself green-yellow (Abba Pimen groaned, over the telephone, when asked what that was:) How feel a fellow then when he arrive in fame but lost? but affable, top-shelf.
Quelle sad semaine.
He hardly know his selving.
('that a man') Henry grew hot, got laid, felt bad, survived ('should always reproach himself'.

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