A Big Price - Poem by justin klepac
Recognize what you're doin' when when you make a bet.
You wouldn't fold on a straight so why throw in the set.
Making a gamble is like a million-dollar guess.
You're at a big risk so ask God to bless.
Why risk it all, when you could save it all.
You lose please like the trees lose their leaves in the fall.
You wouldn't pull out a knife and stab yourself with it.
Losin' your life is one hell of a price or is it?
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