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    Author: ShyOne
    Elite Ratio:    8 - 31/13/25
    Words: 129
    Class/Type: Story/Serious
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    linear progression
    with a station for the adaptations
    coding everything with keys
    for the sake of fluid function

    it's a little close for comfort
    but i'm not comfortable anyway
    emulating the fortunate
    in this simple seranade

    the language becomes twisted
    without these exercises
    it's a matter of consequence
    and dealing with the surprises

    training the mind within the mind that lies between
    the codes are for the moments we are both in need
    clean and simple make each cut with precision
    it's the weight of a moment, coupled with decision

    i'm sorry if this explanation is too vague
    but i wouldn't consider the move a mistake
    in it to win it past the last moving minute
    all that's left is to find a way




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