Parasitic lifeforms

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
Slightly tongue in cheek poem about a much loved group of "people" that we have in society (please dont be offended)

Submitted: January 29, 2013

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Submitted: January 29, 2013



There's these things that live in society,

A parasitic burden to the tax payer,

They are leeches that come in variety,

A damaging force to the Ozone layer,

They are monsters that come out at night,

They walk with a limp and their speech is slurred,

They're hostile, dangerous and wanting to fight,

They move in groups like cows in a herd,

They prey on the helpless and weak,

They scavange like vultures on a kill,

And use a skillfull and cunning technique,

While stealing from you for the thrill,

They are know by many names,

By many different derogatory terms,

Because of the benefits they claim,

And what their anti-social behaviour confirms,

Some people call them yobs,

But i dont like to use that term,

I prefer to call them chavs or knobs,

Or simply a waste of good sperm.

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