P.R. Prosper


White Collar - Poem by P.R. Prosper

You shouldn’t do the crime if you can’t do the time
Unless you’re in a light that’s a bright green lime
Then the more that it shines
The more the law is left behind
And Justice raises the blinds
And looks more to your side
Lawyers slick and you slide
While you lie and deny
How you’re a victim in this mess
An innocent standing by
Look concerned maybe cry
And avoid a felony
Spend four months maybe five
Without a single luxury

Do your best to look stressed when you’re placed on house arrest
Rest your head on your bed
Knowing well you robbed the nest
And made off with the chest like silicone and saline
You could get away with murder
Write it off as a daydream
Your fans will always say please
“Can I have your signature? ”
There’s no hero like you
Anywhere through all of literature
Daring to do it again
Pockets open, stuff and go
Buy yourself a great defense
You’ve got more bills than buffalo


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Poem Edited: Friday, October 10, 2008


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