cheung shun sang


A Twaddle Three-Cauchy3-Coming Human Faiths - Poem by cheung shun sang

Twaddle is for three. The turbo powers of negative matters are flipping from close regions but flogging to some farer distance.
The transit of rapid fires are first thin but then thick and heavy.
What kind of bombs and energies are made from theory of negative matters as we know.
Second theme is the controls of feeding charts that respond under gods.
It is the formidable forms for biologists.
My words as for examples are used forms of all flies to kill the fire ants.
Or we can be crocodiles to eat bad worms or bad bacterium after the uses of medicine to crocodiles.
Of course crocodile s bodies must adapt and fix on the new places on this food charts. Crocodiles must live on with good heavens.
After save sessions we have to get the powers for live transformations.
We have to use other medicines to map the crocodile on to other phrase of the world food chart. We then have to control our environment and plants growth.
The last topic for me to talk about is the biological warfare. It is the change forms of bacterium that are recuperated or developed from biochemistries or bio-processes.
It is then transplant to our poultry. The incubation period give short or calculated live phrases to the poultry.
The bacterium still can survive after heat. The gagged laws give you choking needs.
You demand on demonologies.
Laws and rules make to demote all as some sort of a kind.
To resort or to sort out by laws or by rules with powers are to follow all.
But the best or the worst to say is that all of us have feeling.
--Cheung Shun Sang=Cauchy3--

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 1, 2005

Poem Edited: Monday, May 31, 2010


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