Bac Phong

A Jogger's Story - Poem by Bac Phong

I was scared to death
the bear said to me: know what?
fear self-magnifies

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  • (12/5/2009 9:35:00 AM)

    I still need to look up ding cong

    talked to my friend at gmu

    rode around like jason

    can we end the war in the middle east

    no middle ground for PEACE now

    flown like a bird croud

    I will never let myself be crowned

    and if they do not fit my new era cap

    a twisted I will just push it back

    so go ahead and get rite

    you inspired mic magnetic track

    and i am dreaming of a white track

    how you like climate change

    the sir I believe in Santa

    but mr ghulish and foolish

    we ride for ho hos

    swiss mist sierra cup cakes

    777 radio I love what I am

    tha you call me spinag man

    since I popped in the eye

    by a new union calvary

    and am a missle of the true 3rd I.D.

    so you not me
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 5, 2009

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