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A Part Of Me

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A Part Of Me

If you wish to be a part of me...then you must tell me your story

Copyright © | Year Posted 2017

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Date: 8/26/2017 9:52:00 AM
That seems fair. What then would be the parts you would want to know? Anything you want to tell me. What if the parts I choose to tell are not the ones you want to know? It can be complicated. I like this poem it is an Irish knot.
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