cheung shun sang


.............A 1 China Feathers


China feathers.
All broken are to all broken.
Empower the go on switching might.
Swaps are solids of evils to Gods.
To assign a stamp is to enclosed wills.

Seal the boxes when hubs are put.
Send the letters of dead wars.
Fugitive stews are cooked and used.
Lying above are all above hands.

Little to think is a world of lots.
Rake off are common worlds.
Break and enter we go fast.
Lying above are all above hands.

All hubs are for fire breathes.
Dark flames follow your feathers.
Evil powers follow your ethers.
China ethers are steel legend.

Leggings are not good to evils heels.
Powers are each others to eager.
Empower the go on switching broken.
Water soars but no rocks are rotten.

For waters are rocks giving up.
Minds are calculated and tactics are used.
Drop the lines on switching phones.
Flaw called are over polices.

Pc software is war wares.
Lying above are all above hands.
All hubs are for fire breathes.
Dark flames follow your feathers.
---Cheung Shun Sang=Cauchy3---

Submitted: Thursday, June 08, 2006

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