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Kelsey Jones is da bestest!

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Tim Bierema

on 6 December 2012

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Transcript of Kelsey Jones is da bestest!

Tone Kelsey
"Honey Buns"
Jones She met this cute boy... 2012 named Danielov 2012 A sickness fell
over the land... Cupid struck them with an arrow 2020 1995 Kelsey was born 2012 A Love Story... By: Tim Bierema and Daniel about... 2021 They got married 2045 Daniel develops a life saving drug and they l;ive forever and ever and ever and ever in love The title says it all... read the title again... "We're the Biggest Beauties" I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot!I Like you a lot! I Like You POEMS "I Like you" and "We're the biggest Beauties" I
Like
You it's all in the
title Theme Love Death Sad "weeping" "little joy in life" Thesis By analyzing the poems "On the Death of Anne Bronte" and "Parting", Charlotte Bronte effectively portrays her profound thoughts on the topics of love and death. Personification "On the thoughts ourselves have nursed" "terror in the grave" Imagery On the Death of Anne Bronte Parting Conclusion Thanks man! You da bestest!!!!
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