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The Confessions of Robert T. Odeman - May 5th, 1941

June 15, 2010
By LiteratureWriter PLATINUM, Seattle, Washington
LiteratureWriter PLATINUM, Seattle, Washington
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Entry 8:

Everything seems fine for now -- but I believe it won’t stay like this for long. Life has never stayed neutral long -- save the decade with you, Muli. Then again, even the nightmares have ceased, so perhaps everything shall be well.

Even so, trusting feelings never got me far before -- as always, logic shall always win -- as well as good doesn’t always triumph over evil. Furthermore, may evil curse he who took you, Muli, from me without such as a second thought.

I still feel as if something’s wrong -- off -- and that soon, everything will come crashing down. Although, I cannot say everything shall be well -- or if things will turn out on the up side. However, through all this I’ll live in your memory, Muli -- I’ll make sure of it.

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