Ray Hansell

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Smoke That Cigarette - Poem by Ray Hansell

Go ahead and light that cigarette
I'm sure you'll have no regrets

Inhale that smoke nice and deep
In your lungs it will safely keep

Tell everyone that you meet
That smoking is really neat

As you smoke two packs a day
You slowly puff your life away

You say a cigarette helps you relax
As they keep on raising the tax

Nothing will make you stop I see
Please blow that smoke away from me

When I see you in your coffin
I'll remember how you smoked so often

You said, smoking was no big deal
I wonder what the last thing was you got to feel?


Topic(s) of this poem: smoking

Comments about Smoke That Cigarette by Ray Hansell

  • Kim Barney (9/5/2015 3:09:00 PM)

    So why don't you tell us how you really feel about smoking?
    Ha! Just kidding. Well done. I agree 100%.
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 5, 2015

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