cheung shun sang

....... Mad As Apes

Mad as apes…
Losses adjusted are laws and life.
Daisy chains are print in lines.
Token rings are paths that cross.
Secret talks are all to noses.

Tyrants kill and wills care ill.
Hush and hush are all are tills.
Whistles back are worms that turn.
Heats and boiled are seeds and nuts.

Boiler plates are guns with caps.
Caps at heads are mad as apes.
Mad as apes are tyrants’ heads.
Run amok is bad and mad.

Gains divined are evil rife.
Losses adjusted are bad as life.
Laws and life are nothing fine.
Human forces should come in lines.

Press no gang are tyrant should.
Mad as apes are tyrant could.
Half and half are people have.
Mad as apes should go to grave.

All have come as something pass.
People bloods are donkey ass.
Worms will turn half and half.
China jesters grim are laugh.

Worms will turn and have.
Losses adjusted as bury graves.
Heroes’ pupils cry for rights.
Noon of tyrants all are nights.

Submitted: Friday, February 03, 2012
Edited: Friday, February 03, 2012

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