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Freewill Amon

(18th Sept 1987)

Heart Breakers

Heart breakers
They make me breathe like I'm taking my last
And I die as I watch them pass

Heart breakers
They get me lost and dread to find my way home
Their smile alone can win a soul

Heart breakers
This' what they make me fantasize all day:
I treat them like 'maga don pay'

Heart breakers
Mere looking at them makes me feel alright
Their beauty have me hypnotized

Heart breakers
Like dry leaves, they are littered everywhere
I look at them like 'I don't care.'

Heart breakers
They are goddesses in reality
And influence in the society.

Submitted: Monday, December 17, 2012
Edited: Thursday, February 14, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

'This' what they make me fantasize all day:
I treat them like 'maga don pay, '' I mean I fantasize about squandering money on them-as cons do whenever they hit money. 'maga don pay' is a pidgin slang that means the fool have paid (i.e. their victim)
In I look at them like 'I don't care, ' I culled it from R. Kelly's Song. you'll understand better if you listen to it.

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