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Repairing a Cracked Nut He wondered what he could do to get through to her her arms her legs crossed, sitting next to him thinking to himself that she was going to be a hard nut to crack but what he didn't know was that she was already a cracked nut split in the sides between secret coves and splintered attics. She furiously glues her delicate shell beforehand -hoping he won't see the cracked mistakes -hoping the mistakes won't crack beginning, during, or after she entertains his clear cut glass. Meanwhile, her arms and her legs are crossed, trying to hold shaky teacups filled with cream and sugared principles from accidentally spilling on to the floor.
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