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Shana Aubrey Harris - part two
a boon against strife wool worth effort and propensity to revel qua biological miracle re: said offspring did inadvertently teach me lessons of life to cherish and savor each giggle, laughter and smile amidst cramped apartment plus feeling discombobulated frustration bubbling rife introducing yours truly to tha hen pecked moody blue wife. pockmarks can vouchsafe this un beak able trait from spouse, who need not be lambasted on account of increased weight. Like a human bobbing sponge youngest progeny absorbed auditory/ visual multitude within each axon and neuron of that infantile sensory “sir” kit board aware at a tender young age how she struggled to string words together to convey a mood predilection with language impediment possibly passed thru umbilical rip cord. No idea thru combination of genetics and biology that burnished beautiful lass oof an offspring wrought a smart girl, an apple of the eye per this father who never thought thru attempts at conception sought supremely melded genes, he thought loves labors last, t’would come to naught delivered us an artistic, intrinsic, linguistic lass who for no price can be bought though someday, a young lad will take a fancy (as ought to be the path of biology) and hoop fully brings ye happiness for your remaining lifetime with a numeral (following a number from one to nine) with many an aught! TOO LOVE YOU MY DEAR SHANA - MORE THAN THIS SHABBY POEM CAN CONVEY, WHICH... UPON ATTEMPTING TO UNDERSTAND - ABOVE GIBBERISH JA PROBABLY WILL PROBABLY RAISE ARMS UP IN DESPAIR UTTERING OYE VAY!
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