Anthony Han

Rookie - 7 Points (April 19th 1992 til infinity. / Monterey Park. Raised in H.H.)

Curses - Poem by Anthony Han

Curse Words
Mean a lot to me
Not to be heard by anyone else
Stub my toe fall and trip
Forget to save a file

Lose a friend lose a life
Don't know why but it helps
To say f this and f that
At the end of the day I just can't consider
Not saying a damn word about it

Alleviates my stress almost better
Than anything else I can come across
A expression to use or adjective
Action verb whatever verb
If I could I'd teach a class

How important these words are
To saving yourself from mistake
On yourself on your mother on your father
People don't get
Is it is better than actions

I wonder if that's why
They call em curse words
Cause once you get started
It's harder to quit than cigarettes
Meant a lot to me

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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 20, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, August 24, 2012


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