Buddy Bee Anthony

Veteran Poet - 1,166 Points (Minneapolis Minnesota)

Crackhead Hooker - Poem by Buddy Bee Anthony

I don't know why she makes me feel so good
She hurt me real fine
with her sheep dipped cigarettes
Boone's Farm bottles of wine
I try to quit her
yes I do.
But all I get is a junkie's flu
Done me dirty in the hood
like I knew she would
I look up in the sky

All I can do is cry, cry, cry.
How she's one fine

looky looky hook up
She got me all shooky shooky shook up
She one hot cookie cookie cook up
She my l'l crackhead hook up
Crackhead hooker


She'll take you for a short ride
Burn up all your money
run off with your pride
Rip all reason from your mind
She's a wizard,
at robbin bad boys blind
The best in the business tried turning her tide
Downtown Dope-man pulls all her strings
Holds the skeleton key to pluck her wings
Base ain't free

but it makes her sing
ripe and tight
low ridin the pipe
Paradise lost
lust for sale
at half the cost
Crackhead hooker


Buddy Bee Anthony


Poet's Notes about The Poem

lighten up it's just a song.

Comments about Crackhead Hooker by Buddy Bee Anthony

  • Gold Star - 8,058 Points Bri Edwards (3/28/2015 3:53:00 PM)

    great rhyming.

    my favorite lines:

    How she's one fine
    looky looky hook up
    She got me all shooky shooky shook up
    She one hot cookie cookie cook up
    She my l'l crackhead hook up

    she sounds like a fine girl to take to the high school prom. [i could probably use her to make a lot of money after the dance! ]

    i sent this to my March Showcase, but i just am getting around to commenting i guess. thanks for sharing. this goes to MyPoemList. i hope someone else is looking at the 'Showcase'. i'm pretty sure all readers don't leave comments, but 'who knows'? ? !

    i enjoyed it at least. bri :) (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 7, 2012

Poem Edited: Saturday, May 2, 2015


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