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Whoa

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Whoa

Designing a plan to conquer your fears could be called calculated bravery,
Designing a plan to conquer your atmosphere may be called calculated slavery.

Whoa!

Protruding emotions can be revealed through the analysis of salty sweat,
Alluding to the notion the faulty concealment of your genetic alphabets.

Whoa!

Biological circuitry pulses throughout the universal connection,
The astrological worker bees prepare the rehearsal of inception.

Whoa!

Overstanding this world does not mean you ain't insane,
Overtly demanding respect, means the color you use to paint the world is called, humane.

Whoa! 

Copyright © | Year Posted 2017

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