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Male , 56-60
Feeling optimistic
Moments frozen in stride; All the smiles, wishes and rainbows can ever hope to hide Within borders of memory across well-travelled miles

Check out my COD and QOD\'s. That will suffice.

Last Seen 13 hrs ago
Member Since Sep 17, 2009
Favorite Quote Time\'s linear motion is a corporeal notion.
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Horoscope Taurus
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Books Esoteric
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Movies Time Traveler\'s Wife; What Dreams May Come; Bicentennial Man
Local Time September 21st, 6:56 AM

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