Mormon's Tea, by George Chow Subscribe to rss feed for George Chow

After Noha's flood,
China was all over about the tea.
Tales and stories was a prove of respect instead of
believes.
The Tao and Buddhist are still meditating about how to
live.
My walking Zen to Mormon's door seems like a betrayal of
heritage.
But more i knock the door the more I become the dry tea,
dry clean as how i start to know Jesus.
And if you like to join Mormon Christianity.
you can make your last up of tea.
Then become such a chinese kind of tea to devote yourself
obey the red sky never drown again.
Posted: 2015-06-25 04:24:14 UTC

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