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  • v. Present participle of unstock.


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  • Yet, such was the pinch of one long storm, that Dickey Shymer burned up the bark he designed to sell for grog; and the poor mischief of a Troffater, having not so much as bark, burned his best bedstead, then burned his eel-rack, and was unstocking his musket for a last lonely fagot, when

    Summerfield or, Life on a Farm

  • Pain and sorrow of living under foot tells me bear silently stoically and stay put as love and loving online balls frozen as photographer no1 at buzznet hard put my ghoulish soul commentatorno1 closed terrible door aimlessly namlessly knocking shamelessly sneaking buzznest html blocking friends and favorites and foes not talking comments unstocking mocking and shocking rocking unlocking undocking uncocking afoot .. posted at bloggerspot and all my posts are visual poetry. .i write what the soul of my picture wants its emotional imagery to depict wave lashing words, wordlessly in silence on the emulsion of a photographers parched soul. .and a thirst that never will quench .. posted 25sept 2006

    2006 December 17 « bollywoods most wanted photographerno1


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