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cheung shun sang


Goose-cauchy3


Goose….
Corral the most are leader threads.
Corral the most are leader eat.
Powers houses will reach to crack.
Crack the whips and whop the blowing rains.

China whops the rains and hurt the breezes.
Turn the evils when a twist to your tails.
Find a fatter goose your boots with steps with goose.
Gullible laws will dropp a faking cam.

Hoodlums run a jinx to share a deal.
Hoodlums meet a duke and hot.
24k will hit the pipes as foes in wars will also hit their pipes.
24k will get the happy stuffs to wars to foes.
May be America!

Kick with mud a honey mud.
China wars will smuggle happy stuffs to foes for checking mud.
---Cheung Shun Sang=Cauchy3---

Submitted: Saturday, May 31, 2008

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