March 5, 2012

My Life, My Story Part I

by Johnathon Mayes (author's profile)



Let me take your coat
Have a seat, amd adhere to the realist script I ever wrote
Gentlemen don't make any sudden motions
Ladies clutch your purses
Thank God I haven't been laid into any hurshes
Sum up my life, my story in a few verses
From the cradle to a cage
Mind wasn't equip to struggle with the hurdle of minimum wage
So I built a pharmacy upon pinnacle potential initial vision
a vision when faced with progression
Experienced blindness bombardment in the configuration of invasion
An expression as such created feelings of distain
Strain upon my financial gain
Causes me to stain how you maintain
and everybody's fair game
accelerating into the business establishment
Armed with equipment that demands payment
never developed the flawless departure
Leaving behind an horrific venture
embedded mentally in the gentle, harmless, frighten creature
Grevious liquor and weed smoke impaired my flight
Still determined to escape this fight
Only to fail contrary to wrong over right
Woke up in jail to this unfamiliar sight...


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Deblegs Posted 9 years ago. ✓ Mailed 8 years, 12 months ago   Favorite
Thanks for writing! I finished the transcription for your post.

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