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Feb 2014
Cold showers may bring cold flowers a'here,
Eternal winter may the skies unwillingly bear,
Could the warm bodies of thee thaw 'tis not,
Impending frost hath these very skies brought.
Likewise to the oceans, who shows but fiercesome might,
Into the depths of 'tis drowning tomb, shall you seek tonight,
And shall never again will I say your name...
An embedded secret message is to be found...
Jay M Wong
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   Grace
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