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Crossed The Line...
by KJ Abyzz

Saturday, June 27, 2009
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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When she went to work this morning she was fine.
She didn't have no marks on her.
She came home and had herself a black eye.
I know whom done it.
I know whom pay for it.
I know who'll be beggin for mercy.

You shall be my new toy.
When I get done with you, you'll have a tat of KJ.
The man you fear.
I always knew you were a whore.
I always knew you like eattin cock-splat.

I'll be sure to get joys from your screams.

KJ be the man whom haunts your dreams.

- KJ -

Silver Dragon Publishing
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Reviewed by K. Mulroney 6/28/2009
This is definitely a strongly worded piece of anger and a major dislike of women. Hope it's not real.

Very visual to say the least!

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