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A piece for my Epi or our Sir Collin

Updated on February 16, 2014

Epi tuned my world

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I have no right

I just grieve. And I admit my worthless self worth if that. I just know when I get something and then lose it that I am not whole.

I think that I am lost somewhere because I have not set my mourning straight.

I got up in the morning and two cats and a cool cat wrote me some love every day. Now he does not, and I know I should be a big bad ass tough guy but i whimper at my loss.

If that makes me more or less of a man, so be the truth.

So I just want to say that perhaps eppigram meant something to you and you also feel a loss, and that is cool. I think you are alright. And your love shall carry you through.

My epi introduced me to this fun fun fun

I awoke today and gave some more love my epi way

There is no gone for this man. He lives inside of me. He touched and toughed my soul.

A man that sent a scent of love and caring to me. That danced on my grave long before i was dead. A whacked out best buddy always there for me.

Scuse me for I got to dance a bit. He taught me to do that no matter what the day held.

And I will always dance in his honor!

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      Eric Dierker 3 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      May piece and some Har monie find it's way to you pocket.

      We love Mitch Miller and his sounds filled my home with glee. But that is the shortest damn song I ever did hear or here.

      You make me happy your f&%$#@ redneck

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      Gustave Kilthau 3 years ago from USA

      Kindly allow me to assist you in this, Eric.

      One "L" in Colin.

      One Epi website at epigramman.weebly.com

      Be good to your web-footed friends, Eric, for one may be somebody's mother. (From the song we used to sing back before you arrived)

      Gus :-)