Monday, March 24, 2014

Crown and Anchor



357.    Three dice,
Each bearing,
A crown,
An anchor,
And the four card suits,
Entrust someone or something to,
Put the dragon to sleep,
To draw or trace the outline of,
Ridge between furrows,
Of the River Nile,
Benumbing or deadening,
Water-dragon,
Have a parietal eye,
A light sensitive third eye,
Located in the top of the head,
Integrating sensory information from various senses,
And in the manipulation of objects,
Cunning man,
Endued with understanding,
Of Huram,
My father's.


358.    Waiter,
Serving to show forth,
Explain,
Or exhibit,
The duty of,
A cultural hero,
Of the new order,
Meant,
To provide a quick, easy to remember,
And universal,
Alternative to,
Nine-one-one,
In the United States of America,
He,
Always denied his crimes,
On the,
Phryne,
She,
Gave herself to the philosopher,
Diogenes,
Because she,
Admired his mind.

359.    Entire list of excellences,
Just given,
Ark of the testimony,
Situated or placed in front,
To, a greater distance,
And,
Revealing her flawless breasts,
And,
Sailed away,
Without adjustment of the rudder,
Like her ancestors,
To perform,
A condition,
In which different elements are,
Equal,
On in the correct proportions.

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