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Searching For In Situ Jeffrey Encke

Will shift the portable requiem during the snowplow. Will scintillate beneath cake layers and disclose the sharp-commenting needles. Will urge to move from snowplow to parallel, to pass to sky to pole to tree to CNN. Will report an animal’s rape a circuit breaker overloaded overplugged about to explode into a rare flower found seldom in the West.

Will disclose the secret of rain. Will jump off a bridge with a cinder block in each hand, a smile cracking across his lips. Will fall at the word. Will look, up, down, and die. Will upon returning slip down the same packed ice.