Treasure Island

Slava Olchevski

(1964 / St.Petersburg, Russia)

Get used to being used


People don’t like to be used, not at all
But to use others is a decent goal
When you work your butt without pay
You’ll get compensated, in some other way

Hey, friends always use friends!
And I like to be used in that sense
I find it very natural
I take no offence

When my love is using me, as a sex toy
I am getting the pleasure and so much joy
Keep using me baby, until you tire
It is my goal, it is still your desire

The children are using us, for all we worth
To provide shelter, food and clothes
When life is hard, they still get the best
We’ll use them to bury us, as a last request.

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December 11,2009

Submitted: Sunday, April 24, 2011
Edited: Friday, May 20, 2011

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