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Sincerely I want you be over the grief and in safety now.
And I’d give you a mournful consolation to the misfortunes against the disastrous Katrina and her chaos still being there.
I hope
any kind of hurt won’t grow up any more
and you can come to reach the water with eating something as soon as
possible
and you can be out of all dangers in time,sorry, not lately
and you can be in order with mercies of yourselves in severenesses
and you can rebuild yourself and your families and your memories of good times
and you can make another not bad arrangements whether there or somethere
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Sincerely
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But I’d console you
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deeply in my heart.