The wordle loast a star that illumin the right way of the life...

Luigi Parlato - December 7 2011, 1:35 PM

The wordle loast a star that illumin the right way of the life we all have some think wrong but looking Sonia Pierre i think we will find the right stret to crossing our life, i hope that some one take her place

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