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andrewpayne55
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« on: February 21, 2018, 11:57:16 AM »

They move as one in unison
Silence all around.
Heads bowed in solemnity
Staring at the ground.
The names are read in monotone
Emotion too hard to bare
The list of sons and brothers
Who never made it there.
The trumpet breaks the silence
With a song we’ve heard before
Those first two notes of heartbreak
Open up the door.
A gateway for the living
To stand beside the dead
Poppies on our chests
The bright shock of red.
We remember all the fallen
Yet we send them off again
Another generation
Sent to join the slain.
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« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2018, 12:43:37 PM »

I am obsessed with Bell. She’s the heiress of the brass family but with a heart of gold. She sounds like no one. Her body doesn’t look like anybody what makes her sonically very, very, attractive.
Her style is unique. Specially her flair. One of my friends Horn, who is somehow related to her family, told me that anytime they would have a family reunion, she would always breaks the silence first and sounded very sharp. Always. Rumor has it that she only dates experimented man, or virtuosos and would never downgrade.
Bell and Her last partner broke up because he thought that she  was too tensed and constantly causing  him chest pain.
Same story all the time. Everywhere.But I like her.
I hope that one day somebody else will have the chance to place his lips again on her and blow into her soul a wind of love that she would transform into another mellow sound.

The Proper Kid

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