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 Append the seal on the opening glee
 Of performance agog with clapping drums,
 The cylindrical bell calling to spirituous mundi
 Screaming flew about in the air;
 Perched on ears
 And pecked on fertile hearts,
 Consider not the frightened feet
 Aching at commencement,
 Wind to experiment, explore and applied
 The agility in acrobatic anger
 Of stretching sweating flesh,
 Rhythmical muscles drawn vein taut
 To the last drop of dew,
 Hoofs prancing, prancing and prancing!
 Ejaculating on the polished wood
 With a millionth impregnated marbles spread tentacles,
 Atomic spermatozoa bombast the uterus
 Colonized the ovary and eke out
 Inside, the embryonic yokes;
 Suspended by clear albumen,
 Fetal poles march strength with fallopian tubes,
 Cavity swallowed them into humid sac
 Plush pollen grains into zygotes
 Springing anew buds in May,
 Conceive earthlings with several asking branches
 A lot of libraries;
 A particular slanted eyeball
 Began rumbling belch, lightening guffaw and thundering hiccup,
 Tugging at umbilical chords,
 Breathe knocking placenta on the head
 And efflux out of the duress,
 Spectra Butterflies flagging multi-coloured limbs
 Faculty spiraling, twirling and tossing on elastic trunk,
 Laser flashing touches swam in oceanic atmosphere,
 Eager ritual leap of the gods,
 Dagger usher out from scabbard
 Plunge into dimple ample
 Tip oozes indigo gore,
 Sources of springing magenta
 Began the back and forth stabbing,
 Scribbling on the whitish flesh
 Ink on tones of barks, bereft,
 Spat spittle connived, reed shook together
 Vein drawn to bursting,
 Adaptation to suit thumb and forefinger
 Pour the concoction, pour on the root.

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