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The Celts

I love you he said as he lay supine abed. Through veiled tears masked by a smile, she glowed comely, masking fear and dread, kissing weathered cheeks, gently, her wares availed and duly spread. A gift of love to offer only one. All pangs of fear now fled, the child bride smiling all the while. A woman now, resplendent dwells instead. Taking charge of things anon, she quickly whisks the room. Baking yeast bread; akimbo, she smiles….. “Clan Gunn” !

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