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The Sender

Published October 31, 2013 by ladyserenity92

Everone’s got an enemy in their lives. Some put up with them; while some cannot bear an enemy for more than one day. Now I know a guy that recives thousands of calls and e-mails from people around the world that want their enemy to be sent away to a place far away.

The “Free Spirit” Cards(Poem)

Published October 26, 2013 by ladyserenity92

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The Prosperity Card, The Grace Card and The Flight Card.
These are three cards that some people only found out on Earth. But there’s a catch….
they’re people spreading joy all over the land.

The Prosperity Card is a card that gives to those that are poor in pocket but rich in heart. possessions she’ll give to the needy that help themselves. Be warn; she’s a tricky spirit that test the greed in the hearts of men.

The Grace Card is a kind-hearted spirit that summons the gentle power of forgiveness. Always a friend in deed, The Grace Card is one that always uses forgiveness as her weapon of choice.

The Flight Card longs to fly like a bird in the sky. To new worlds; meet new faces. The Flight Card never slows down to experience life without limits. Her heart is as powerful as a snowbird in winter.

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The Truth about Raymond(Part One)

Published October 18, 2013 by ladyserenity92

You must always tell the truth about people. Even about angels. For angels like you for standing up for them. I’ve been talking about the late Canadian actor Raymond Burr for two years now. Everything I’ve said about him was true as a blue sky. Mr. Burr has always told the truth even after his death from AIDS. The reason why was because people made up lies about him.

In fact, they didn’t know Mr. Burr that well.

They had green faces and eyes.

Raymond Burr was a mulatto and had two brothers and two sisters. One of them was his twin sister.

Burr’s father was a Black African and his mother was a white Irish woman with red hair.

Raymond’s family lived on a farm. Raymond’s parents believed in the importance of a good education for their five children.

Raymond Burr liked to pull pranks on his family during Halloween.

Raymond Burr had Autism growing up.

Raymond Burr was married to the late actress Juanita Moore and fathered five children with her. interracial marriages were legal in Canada; but were outlawed in America.

Juanita Moore and Raymond Burr divorced after Burr ‘came out’ to his wife. Moore and Burr remained friends even after their deaths.

(‘Kissing Cousins’ Part)

I mentioned that Raymond Burr was a cousin of William Hopper.

That’s true. Hopper and Burr were cousins. It wasn’t illegal; they fell in love. Hopper never knew he had AIDS during the 1960s. Back then it was ‘pneumonia’.

Raymond Burr wasn’t shy about showing his affection to his ‘boyfriend’.

He visited him in the hospital, stayed by his bedside; and kissed him when he died.

At the wake, Raymond was seen kissing William in the casket. William’s body was cold like in a fairy tale.

Burr was a descendent of Arron Burr; Hopper was a descendent of Alexander Hamilton.

That’s all for now.

Go for broke/Stay tuned!

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