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G PAUL FISHER

Rookie - 60 Points (13-02-1968 / Parkstone)

Much Bonnie Data


God is the miracle
God can do anything
God everybody backs

As daylight comes
The dawn is breaking
God will find euphoria
Pleasant aroma the nicest herb
To smoke and enjoy upon his waking

Dry yet perfect smouldering delight
Aromatic, fragrant, potent
A smoke that is just right
Abundance and cash what a nice gift
That will give the maker a welcome lift

Sweet dreams are incurred
From the enigmatic smoke
Visions of a better life
Service from the girls and birds
Couldn't happen to a better bloke

A big bag indeed a wonderful find
Smoking material to ease his mind
Relaxing thoughtful inspirational pure
The everyday medicine that cleanses the soul
Receiving such gifts is almost a cure

God always absolutely gets what he wants

Submitted: Monday, November 18, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, November 19, 2013

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