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Look! - Poem by the legend

look! look there in the distance far from you,
do u see there is someone there looking at you,
there is, there is just look cant you see? ,
i see and they say we are coming and sending this message by sea.

right!

there! there it is. is this what uve been searchin for?
your soul and hearts desire i hold w/in my grip, u want me to give it is that what ur hopin for?
no i cant because u dont deserve it,
u must struggle more to deserve it!

and!

stop! stop right where u are,
i see a man in the past holding what looks like a piggy jar,
there is another person holding a weapon,
turn right now, but the theif that was ordered is neglecting the order and continues to run as a continuation as an objection.

when i say look i mean LOOK! far from you,
to the needy group, who wishes what u throw away as no good,
they'd cherish as delicious food.
they're sendin the message by the waves of disgusting filth in which they reside,
and lay they're heads at night hopin someone will donate and supply.
now would you have thought of it like that? , no prolly not,
dont deny it you know im RIGHT!
and THERE! since u asked for it u can have it,
but some that actually need it are just holdin onto dear life while you makin yo greed a habit.
AND! don't STOP! just cause i said so,
instead read the message in my poem and feel for your less fortunate foes.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 25, 2005



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