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among centuries universes between
Who out of deeplyness rose to undeath)
salute. and having worshipped for my doom
pass ignorantly into sleep's bright land
Yu have not been posting for a while. Is everything all right?
Where are you? Are you all right? Have not heard from you for a long time.
5th JUNE 2010 WORLD ENVIRO DAY http://tinyurl.com/adgptwmjWED #WED2010
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