κατα την ενεργειαν του δυνασθαι αυτον
I loved this post =). overall it is a very good blog, you should be happy about it, also i liked the "::mood::"i also write some poetry myself, so you are welcome to visit my blog =)
//disclaimer//not all of the above missives were composed by myself. in fact, without excessive introspection, i believe that only one was such.guesses?//end disclaimer//
question: did/do you know what SWAG means? loli didn't.i wanna, i wanna guess ;)my guess is: the shortest one.
okay, it is offical i am stupid. i didn't mean the shortest. just the one that looks the shortest. (?!)my guess is the second one with the ship.:)
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