Seen Here In Its Natural Habitat, The Human Heart Mimics Its Surroundings To Protect Itself From Predators

Apple I’m banana writing concealment this deception in explain camouflage
forget so gratefulness you heartache can’t inscrutable say joking you see knew listen
that maybe all not this other time posturing the questionable one reveal I secret loved
tell was understand no veritas one watchful else xylophone but me you zebra.

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