Charles Hice

Rookie (May 13 2004 / Heaven)

Paint the Wicked Fence


Paint the Wicked Fence
Paint the Wicked Fence
add the 666 to the address mark the paint in white and black no color on the fence no place to start a fight
read to them the declaration of the interdependence
Congressional Error
Professional Protocol
get off your nutt get off your rocker get off the fence and post
Paint the Fence Wicked
why is not the question where is not the answer who is not the person now
you all have the mentality of a flea
destroy the wicked but only iff you are good
there is no inherent goodness in the human race
straddle the fence and work on both sides against the middle
Paint the Fence in a wicked hat trace the numbers stencil and print
life is a funny riddle full of fury sound and incognito traces in the night stand inside the mixture there is no fright
light shines in a tunnel the tunnel is dark but you can see in the tunnel in the dark iff there is light
we are the cowboys we feed the fodder to the cattle the horses get hay the best of all is to feed them all grass on the way
The WIcked Paint the Fence

Submitted: Saturday, August 03, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 30, 2013

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