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My Comrades an I art

Uknownada October 2, 2011 User blog:Uknownada

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Thou must travel with I, and also bring with,

thine's wishes and future.

For us all, not if we were alone, shall suceed in seeking the treasure

for whichst we search for.

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The device, in which we know that of which direction we face, is with us not.

For it will not speed up the pace of our journey, but sloweth it down.

Thine's heart shalt be thy's guide throughout our journey.

Raise the cloth whichst lets our vessel travel, and use thee's device which steers said vessel.


This place whichst not many believe in,

that is there, upon the end of the paper which guides thee,

is a place whichst not many believe in only,

until someone confirms existance of said place.


Through everything, all the troubles of thee's time,

through the aching of thine's heart, and through thy's pain,

I must request that thou knows I shalt always be there to support thee...

For I also know that thou shall do the same for I!


And so, thou must travel with I, and also bring with,

thine's wishes and future.

For us all, not if we were alone, shall suceed in seeking the treasure

for whichst we search for.


There shalt never be nought room for thou,

if thy wishes to accompany I.

My comrades and I, my comrades and I, are upon a luxery voyage with a large vessel!


MY COMRADES AND I!

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