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Poetry By: joy Milton
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Imitating Western Culture


Submitted:Sep 18, 2007    Reads: 131    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   


He said

I don't know to quit

I vowed many times

Managed for a period

I succumb to friends

Sometimes to worries

I fear I've lung cancer

Professor said

No, don't worry for that

New medicines are tested

You smoke, 'Bidi, cigarette,

Smack, marijuana, chilam'

That doesn't bothers me

What I want you to do is

Use different lighters

Colored matchboxes

I don't want to see you

With 'Cheap Matchboxes'





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