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Chatterbox

What a beautiful concept A box to put chat in Another pigeon for the common man Labels so easily fit When one seriously thinks of it Just imagine it if you will A box to lock gossips in To kill their cackle To tighten their loose tongues To make them quiver a little less But not I begin to digress Sometimes I am guilty of their sin To rant to rave To become a slave to the shallow Listening to their vile attempts To bring humanity to its lowest ebb A chatterbox indeed would be handy in times of woe To silence my myriad foes

Copyright © | Year Posted 2013




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