Coca ColaPirooz Kalayeh
Coca Cola once stood as tall as Bronto. teeth the size of pillars; razor sharp and scissor sweet. He could drown an ocean or slay the dead. He lead with scrutiny, unveiled new ferocity on the meager and unpolluted, was a mental kaleidoscope, a midget among ants. Didn’t take kindly to strangers. Didn’t say no to a fight. Was dragged through tar and other circumstances when Water won out. None took pity. None were fooled. This passing giant pyramid of chains would predict Giza and Pisa could fall to the rain.
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