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Read Poems by Larry McMillan Jr.

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Hey Lost Girl

Hey Lost Girl Hey lost girl come to my world. I've seen your frown. Life's got you down? You should come around. Come. Hear my flow. Feel my vibe. So simplistic, yet eccentric so alive. Come. Be revived You feel empty, plain and simply Come and get me Take me for a ride And I'll fill you up inside I'm bonifide. Think I'm jive? Come. See the realness in my eyes. But first, be alert. Viewer discretion I advise. It could cost. You may get lost - left mezmorized. Hey lost girl. Come to my world. I've seen your frown. Life's got you down You should come around.

Copyright © Larry McMillan Jr. | Year Posted 2017


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