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Many Red Devils
Red devils are our own inner demons we each must confront. They are
separate and different for every individual, yet they are all with in us
and we must deal with them of our own accord.
Timeless from United States
Comment 7 of 16, added on November 4th, 2010 at 9:42 PM.
Perhaps this was a telling of when one is beginning to write on a subject,
but the words that flow out are reflective of a state of mind the writer
was unaware of and was suprised by the change of attitude as he was
writing. The mind can become freed as an idea grows while it is being
examined and expressed; an idea can also be crushed during examination and
expression. The devils could be an idea he wanted to disagree with at the
Pam Simmons from United States
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