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When I die, honey
when I part with the sun
and I will be a long rather sad thing
will you take care of me then?
you will embrace your arms
and you'll fix what broke cruel fate ...

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Nice place. But sad how disrespectful people handle the bones.

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Surprises me that something so sacred has been left so unkempt and disrespected. What saddens me is that those bones have been chucked about like rubbish from people probably looking for some valuables. Such a same but amazing photo'sal the same. Not something you get to see every day :)

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