Thursday, March 01, 2012

Ability of Counterparts

They chase jumping mammals they were paid to dig with.
Serrated insects were tired.  Out after tough sleep,
unearthed a switch that triggered swaps.  Bodies with edges

feathered and springy.  Bonds said to reveal the middle
questions for their ancestors.  They chase jumping mammals.
They were paid to dig with serrated insects; were tired out

after tough sleep.  Unearthed a switch that, triggered,
swaps bodies with edges.  Feathered and springy bonds,
said to reveal the middle.  Questions for their ancestors.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

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