Travis Johnson

Am I Conceited?

Am I conceited?
Cause I know I got a nice body
After this poem
Ima have you thinking probably
And after this
Girls I know you gonna want me
But enough bout that
Lets talk about my body…
6 packs are jumpin out my stomach
Like their my side-kicks
That’s why I keep my shirt off
Don’t wanna hide this
Let me take you to my shoulders
Gotta tell you more
They stand in the air
Like the back of a dinosaur
And my arms are so cut
You can tell by the looks
You won't see this kinda body
Unless you look in a body book
Lets go down
Let me take you to the floor
Feet are so big
I got to order out of the store
My legs are next
That’s one thing that’s okay
When I flex definition pops put
Like I might faint
If you have any questions
Or wanna see how I be
Hit me up and I’ll give you a demo
From my head to my feet…
Ha…ha…ha…
Man that was fun

Poem Submitted: Friday, February 20, 2009
Poem Edited: Friday, January 29, 2010

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Comments about Am I Conceited? by Travis Johnson

  • Juliana Cheatem (11/25/2009 8:03:00 AM)

    LOL LOL lol lol lol that was slammin you go on with your bad self.

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  • Brown-sugar Bronze (8/27/2009 4:34:00 AM)

    love 2 see if your body
    hotter than mine lol

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  • Lechelle Jones ??????wonderer?????? (6/18/2009 5:17:00 PM)

    Lmao...judging by this poem id say u where cockey 2...but its funny and fun 2 read.
    Ur a really funny dude.

    Dimplz

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  • ~Just Fine~ (5/12/2009 11:57:00 AM)

    hahahahahaha...
    you had fun writing as i had fun reading.
    thanks....
    lmfao! ! !

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