Posted by: Nathan M. | January 22, 2008

Call Me “P

 

The poignant and perfect pretend to place pennies in pensions for the purposeful poor, who’s primary purpose is purchasing products which were produced by pegging pittances on the perps who pay the price for all peoples. Predestined to prove a pragmatic plot of pestilence and plunder of people, Jesus propagated peace and partnership while playing the plague to the prosperous. Peace was pregnant with a price, however, so parley was impossible. Perhaps a payment of powerful blood, pooled before Pentecost promenades? The proud and the powerful, pessimistic and peckish, pined for prayer of repentance. For the powerful ploy pulled down pride and paganism, paper-purchasing all peoples’ peace and progression perpetually.

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