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CHEERS! ! !


The seal, the law and voice

sends without fear some strong words

The black, the dirty and the White 'so niveous'
the tranny, the prostitute the drugged!

.........
Sit on your porch and swing your sorrows

Dare and
look in your fogged window
your eyes already dead, since there is to much to life
misled someone, (do it good) , when the other man beguile the stomach
cheats and Toast

a sip a dry ~instantly bitter~

and A Grand Finale

Shared for all of us

The black, the dirty

The tranny, the.........


White 'so niveous'

Submitted: Friday, May 17, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 11, 2013

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