Howard Howie Johnson
The Coward On Ph - Poem by Howard Howie Johnson
There is a coward on PH,
a coward people call the oner
whom on any poem good or bad
will stamp their one.
Like the snivelling coward they are
they will never leave their name.
However, I feel sorry for them
and I will tell you why.
They probably cannot write to save their life
and the ones who can they seek to blame.
They think they are God’s critic
and are above the rest.
I am sorry to tell them
they are that rotten apple at the bottom of the barrel.
All those they seek to blame
walk taller than they do.
They can hold their head up
while the oner is the only one
who will always walk in shame
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