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Ace Of Black Hearts

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The Thank You Is For Whom?


With invested interest all can not be equal.
Tempted is the alternating egos.
Which one, which one.
As if all will not be right till chosen.
The greatest gift is the silence of an unknown acknowledgement.
Giving a helping hand is the reward.
No need for a humming or bickering chorus.
Better should only be used as increment never a comparison.
How did you improve.
And for whom, the benefit of all or just you?

Submitted: Thursday, October 03, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 03, 2013

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