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Warning: Jealousy Inducing!

I present to you: The Ultimate Geek Library!

I wants one!

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motokomaharet
Oct. 15th, 2008 12:13 am (UTC)
I love the etched glass along the walk ways...

I have cross posted this so that friends of mine can try and put their minds back in their heads after they have leaked out...

:)
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gothtigger
Oct. 15th, 2008 01:23 am (UTC)
I blogged about that one a few days ago under the title of "Would he adopt me"?

Comments ranged around Is he married {yes} to Will he accept a bit on the side {possibly} to What sort of Salary would he pay {unknown}

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Mel.
kashiichan
Oct. 16th, 2008 03:53 am (UTC)
*jaw drops*
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Desert Rose

I dream of rain
I dream of gardens in the desert sand
I wake in vain
I dream of love as time runs through my hand

I dream of fire
Those dreams are tied to a horse that will never tire
And in the flames
Her shadows play in the shape of a man's desire

This desert rose
Each of her veils, a secret promise
This desert flower
No sweet perfume ever tortured me more than this

And as she turns
This way she moves in the logic of all my dreams
This fire burns
I realize that nothing's as it seems

I dream of rain
I dream of gardens in the desert sand
I wake in vain
I dream of love as time runs through my hand

I dream of rain
I lift my gaze to empty skies above
I close my eyes
This rare perfume is the sweet intoxication of her love

I dream of rain
I dream of gardens in the desert sand
I wake in vain
I dream of love as time runs through my hand

Sweet desert rose
Each of her veils, a secret promise
This desert flower
No sweet perfume ever tortured me more than this

Sweet desert rose
This memory of Eden haunts us all
This desert flower
This rare perfume, is the sweet intoxication of the fall

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