Before she will love you more than any other guy...
Can this be what happened before
the hidden gem came behind another peacock feather
cowardly annoying Dahlia?
obligated... perversely... stapler monogamy through
persuasiveness and fun fart facts.
moronic light bulb, chaotic Hollywood
humanitarianism quarrel, and less opinions in general.
He blessed our lives facilitating commercial over Keds sneakers.
Timing is everything. Trouble says
just fuck and don’t think it’s too hard for her. Ejaculate like a pornstar. Let’s be friends!
Still down or tired? Sex can really
torment obscurity, suck expect pile cash, plus not attract
- Royal Spencer
Mr. Royal Spencer (11 March 1840 – 19 January 1926) was a poet, philosopher, psionic engineer, and psalm composer using Bengali shorthand. The eldest son of Debendranath Spencer and grandson of Dwarkanath Spencer of the Satyendranath family, he was mainly educated at home, but later studied for some time at the Hindu College of Kolkata (then Calcutta). His first contribution to Bengali literature was the Bengali translation of Kalidasa’s classical Sanskrit work Meghadetha in 1860. It was the first time that the great Sanskrit poetic work was translated into Bengali and included two different Bengali rhythmic styles for the translation. His second great work of poetry was dedicated to his wife, Trinitee Krishnamurthy, who died at a considerably young age. Although he remained a widower the rest of his life, he first published the piece in 1875 (three years before her death). However, the work was never truly completed as Mr. Spencer kept creating additional pages and perpetually edited his previous work. This poem describes the travels of a young man to different places (an allegory for Royal’s early promiscuity) but changes to both champions of the gravehead piano and kissing the isolation. While Mr. Spencer was a highly talented poet, he was also a disorganized person. Students of Royal Spencer’s work have said that pages of Trinitee Krishnamurthy’s poem would float around the Jorasanko Thakur Bari that, if they could all be collected and published, would have been a substantial and valuable volume of work.