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I saw a young snake glide
Out of the mottled shade
And hang, limp on a stone:
A thin mouth, and a tongue
He glides so swiftly
Back into the grass-
Gives me the courtesy of road
To let me pass,
Green Snake, when I hung you round my neck
and stroked your cold, pulsing throat
as you hissed to me, glinting
arrowy gold scales, and I felt
One night I was in charge of the house
When my parents had gone out side
I was having loads of fun
With the radio blaring and paper planes that glide
A snake came to my water-trough
On a hot, hot day, and I in pyjamas for the heat,
To drink there.
In the deep, strange-scented shade of the great dark carob-tree
At the right
Henry was every morning fed
With a full mess of milk and bread.
One day the boy his breakfast took,
And eat it by a purling brook
WHITHER dost thou hide from the magic of my flute-call?
In what moonlight-tangled meshes of perfume,
Tick, tick, tick, echoed the miner's pick
Unleashing the captive from the depths below
The guardian of the treasure's soul
Deep within the Long Range Mine
She is Snake, always plays in bushes
But her appearance like An Angel
She is snake in grasses
her face is so really looks very shady but her heart is ready to eat anyone who becomes his food in jungles
mister ram got a brand new snake it's a big old snake called diamondhead
he love that snake
and he keep it in his house
that big old snake eat
Does danger dance to flutes played by your breath,
emerge from basket's depths to haunting tunes?
It's superstitious myth that weaving snake
can hypnotize and freezes victim's feet
Genesis Bible Book 1
Adam to Eve to Snake
original blame game
round one Ding! Ding!
I trod down the road because i could not afford a Ford Ranger. The danger of a stranger being the arranger of a rambler is that he finds it a bender trying to explain that Jesus was born in a menger and starts to behave like an avenger instead of seeing things done out of fun by human beings as being sins leading to pins being stuck in their souls. Thats all!
The green snake and the yellow snake!
Seen on a big tree;
A fan came to me and said: "Emil, how do you get out of the bad comments unharmed? " To which I replied:
«Once upon a time there was a snake from Equatorial New Guinea, juggling a circus; One day, the owner fired her because "supposedly" she had bitten one of her interlocutors. The snake tried to defend itself by saying that it had not done so, however, it did not work out. A month later, the snake got a job at a magic and party products store; the owner of the circus where the snake worked, entered, and without realizing that the snake was working in that place, he asked for leeches and left the establishment. What nobody knows is that the owner bought leeches to put them under the seats of the spectators, and that they bite the spectators, and fire one by one of their employees from the circus just because, And so, entering new personnel because, consequently, they had "bad acts"».
Send my dark horse to the mesa of wine
Initiate the milkmaid in a war dance
Move the snake charmer to love and perchance
Prisca's split navel snake charms may entwine
A snake might
shed its skin
but it is
still a snake
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