Denis Holzhauser

(Kenner, Louisiana, USA)

The Breaks - Poem by Denis Holzhauser

If things had been different,
I might have been a millionaire
If I'd have worked harder,
I might have gotten somewhere
If I had looked longer,
I might of had a richer wife
If I had stopped waiting,
I might of have had a better life.
If I had a case,
I really would sue,
But since nothing's right
What the hell, I'll just blame you.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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