Bent earthward we are like heliotropic plants waiting for our sun to continue sustaining our life. Force is futile in the evolution of the natural selection. Parsing the parsimony from the phylogenetic tree converges on homoplasy. So what's your excuse?

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The Solitude of Soledade

Bent earthward we are like heliotropic plants waiting for our sun to continue sustaining our life. Force is futile in the evolution of the natural selection. Parsing the parsimony from the phylogenetic tree converges on homoplasy. So what's your excuse?


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Percy Bysshe Shelley

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