Kandyce Cox

Rookie (1/30/1989 / Baton Rouge, Louisiana)

All Right - Poem by Kandyce Cox

who's to say who's wrong
when in the end we'll all amend the things that made us strong
with such judgment comes a price
just as the finest of cheese is to mice
with life comes death day brings night
and in the end we'll all be right
well all live and die
for such luxuries
from the hooker on the corner
to the gold digger on her knees
and the misunderstood foreigner
to the beger in the trees
because with life comes death and day brings night
and in the end we'll all be right


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 3, 2011


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