cheung shun sang

D-D-Dogs-Cauchy3 - Poem by cheung shun sang

Gravity centered as heavy standards hang up logics.
Bringing out an out in lamb is feeble law.
Go with flows are D-D-Dogs and T-T-Horses.
D-D means doggy dolls.
T-T means target tasks to start.

Multi standards alien our pretty charms.
I say it right if bosses have taken the wrongs.
At least I node my heads and all are yes.
All to make are their successes.

At a stretch they will win.
I say my yes.
Cared for truths are far as little out of lamb as seek for powers go with honors?
A little lesser than powers and honors is truth.
Or far less than powers and honors is truth.

Go beside D-D dogs we have Y-Y dogs.
Y-Y means yes-Yule.
Yule is brought up good by moneys.
Go beside T-T horses have another T-T horses.

T-T means teas and tabs.’
Storms in teas with colorful bills are dips to set.

Postal go have many goods.
Postal go have many services.
Bureau crafts are solid cages.
Bureau cares are marked with cares.

Gods will bring up standards.
Morals have hazards.
We are D-D dogs.

Public spirits or private hands are standard bearers.
Etch a dog with medals get eternal rings to china.
Etch a dog with medals get eternal rings to England.
All over our worlds we are D-D-dogs.
---Cheung Shun Sang=Cauchy3---

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 17, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, April 25, 2011

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