Bird fight & lying lips

Bird fight & lying lips

Monday, July 30, 2018

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Mi seh, friends, the two (2) black birds (34) put dung a proper piece a fight (27) deh over I don't know what. Every time mi think dem done they were at it again and again. I don't know if it had anything to do with the ill-shaped nest with di couple eggs (4), or maybe the extremely tall tree (31, 16) didn't have enough room fi dem.

Was it one (1) conviction or three (3)? Was it six (6) charges or what? Mi confused. The lesson here is that one must never try to mask the truth. Mi all for moving on from what happened twenty-five (25) years ago, but mi also disappointed that there was clear effort in hiding certain information.

Is only a matter of time before the donkey (34) get fed up a di horrible treatment and run weh like him sibling. Some people nuh fi own animals, eh nuh. Yuh cyaan have yuh hog (7) and goat (35) a live like scavenger. And yuh poor puss (18) nuh know any other food but dead lizard (3, 31) and rat (15). More time.


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