Category Archives: demon jealousy

POWER MOVES

Radical Islamists Use ammo from progressives… They both want power “Let oppression flower” Be the ruling elite–that’s the gist. – Muslim defenders practice, What are largely liberal tactics…. Defraud, defeat, Deceive and compete, Shove opponents up against a cactus! – … Continue reading

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A POOR REASON

He wanted to restart, something involving his heart… Warned off once He’s willing to chance, Risking the employment part! – Better to leave alone, One-way tickets home… Lust in the way One would betray The one already his own. – … Continue reading

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HAVE YOU HEARD?

Last night’s edition, GROUND ZERO, Clyde Lewis a civil rights hero… witches convene to muddle the scene, Will the affect be zero? – covens both sides of a line, Wanting event to divine… Casting of spells From deep dark wells, … Continue reading

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UNNECESSARILY DEFENSIVE

UNNECESSARILY DEFENSIVE She was just a neighbor near home, Older than he on her own… He was of her fond And doted upon This friend that lived near home. – Then a man moved next door to her, Across the … Continue reading

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