cheung shun sang
Leader gogy is tricks in deals. (learning!)
Similes to might are annexed earths.
Similes to good are libels to bad.
All to laughs will contain tasks.
Summa might are sums to ask.
Summa wills are cons to maps.
Summa similes are means to all.
Devils take the gods in back.
All develop might are needs.
Power develops need more.
Devils are gods as cars to jeeps.
Voids to beings get the most.
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