Donavan hemphill

Rookie (11-16-1995 / Atlanta)

Selfish - Poem by Donavan hemphill

Once again buying for your self
Never the less doing nothing else
Taking the elecric bill money
Replacing it with prada bags
Giving away your little brother's gift
To purchase the new shoe shift
Saying goodbye is so hard
When its to good amounts
Of shopped for clothes
Straight off the rack
And into the shopping sack

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 11, 2009

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