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Bryan De Poet

Rookie - 126 Points (30th/3 / Kampala-Uganda)

I Speak Speeches


Alicia altered my life attachments!
All I say, all I see, all just happen!
Errors exist in English!
Emotive enable enthusiasts explore!
Even the early come to an end!
Fate finds fortune!
Fortitude foretells the future!
Hypocrites hibernate in church!
In joy, Joyce jubilates!
Ice cream conversations intensify romance!
Join Jesus but not Judas with jinx!
Knacks are known and renowned!
Lend a hand to the lentitude lass!
Misogamists and misogynists mix well!
Moths multiply at night!
Ministers minister ministry of politics!
Politics are never pellucid!
Practice and praise the present!
Signs and symptoms aren't similar!
Sweat or not smile!
Some people aren't sought after!
Sink or swim in a swimming-pool!
Save a sinking ship from the rats!
Talent is never taught twice! no
Twins are taught twice the same way! yes
Times of troubles torment!
The devil dares in the darkest moments!
I say words I say!
I speak speeches!


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Submitted: Saturday, August 09, 2014

Topic(s): Art


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