Zarah Butcher-McGunnigle

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(Wheels fall off to create drama)

Once, through a tree-lined glance, symptoms were mistaken for cause. She is tired and tires. Absorb shock while keeping the wheel in close contact with the ground. A moment needs to be applied, but when I am, then I will. Yet action should happen first. The house had more eyes than windows. One misses relevant information if it is not phrased exactly the way one expects. The leaves were a reference to childhood. It’s beginning to get dark. I had left out something important, which I now realised I ought to have mentioned at the beginning. Wheels fall off to create drama. I coughed up a tree. Things like that were just details between me and him. Bearings are used to help reduce fiction at the interface. I had stopped reading novels. The answer depends on the assumptions.

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