cheung shun sang
Hide and seek are words in hiatus.
Diagrams in lights are faster dialogues.
Politics are lives that have quotas.
Candles on brows are lamps on fluorescents.
Assiduous and arduous are walking with legs.
Arenas are antennae to airs with feet.
Orchestra pits are parapets to sexes.
No truths are barriers but large with zones.
Kick around are gold flowers.
Moneys and fashions are fetishes to gods.
Kick back your sexes and you come.
Chew-cun-han is beauty icon.
Celebrity is touted to sexy modes.
Couple is weak in contexts but you are own.
Athens has courts with heads of beets.
Achilles has heels and you have moneys of beaches.
--Cheung Shun Sang=Cauchy3--
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