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When I Fly Too Close to the Sun I Don’t Smell Melting Wax

"I did not ask for a father as an inventor but he could /rig a fire pit or a cane fishing pole just the same /He concocted the formula for my wings by making me /feel free" The post When I Fly Too Close to the Sun I Don’t Smell Melting Wax appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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