Movie Theater, by George Chow Subscribe to rss feed for George Chow

Watch the foreigner dignified the action and suffer.
Or the race hertage of conflicts in issue and manners.
In dark with other suspicious neighbors,
ready for each splendor happen.
Else if there is just one alone,
The speed of light can be freedom.
But the romance thrill to thirst,
And the horror you ask another question.
From God's mercy of tremble flesh,
to his no mercy if death conqured mind.
I leave each time wonder about the ticket girl,
How she yet have a man to follow,
or just another movie in the dark set.
And How he yet have beauty to pursue,
or just another movie with a coke.
Posted: 2013-10-21 03:37:12 UTC

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