Dexsta Ray Jr.
Maybe I Won'T - Poem by Dexsta Ray Jr.
I think I'm going to quit
Put it down and forget
Now to alleviate the toxins so my body is cleansed
But yet again there's a whisper in my ear
Pulling me back
The consequences are severe
Now it's been about a year plus three more
Smoking by the seashore
Once on occasion tripled three-score
It's time to draw the line
No longer escaping a problem now its time to face it
Perhaps the damage had been done
Abandoned my body but I was busy having fun
I say I'm going to stop
I really really mean it
Or maybe I won't and I'm just really only dreaming
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