cheung shun sang


A 1-poem on power by cauchy3


A 1-poem on power

Snakes swim on thrones near the pools

Cannons on ways of cans of fools

Generals are full genes in cases of wars

Mud covers much of cascaded walls


Shrink back stick to states in laws

Dry up jars of juices to adore

Mocks on modes of most bursts

Bombs on bones and fleshes are urns


Rub the rough minds in evil rounds

Lily lift its leafs to face the forces

Name the limbs near waves of angel s world

Words with unknowns are lions to worry


Facts are inflate when conflicts are water

Thinking is thick on airs like walkers

Sketches the games of getting and lost

Skips are skills for weaves to launch

--poem by Cheung Shun sang=cauchy3--

Submitted: Friday, December 03, 2004
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