Michelle Dreyer, Southern New Hampshire University
God bless you, public domain.
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And it sounds marvelous.
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Don’t call me maybe.
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Small enough to fit in your pocket, big enough to change you.
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You can reach out to those struggling just like many reached out to me.
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Let them build Frosty.
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Lesbian Jesus has risen.
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Because being yourself is so fetch.
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