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New worlds
No one cares when you smoke
Except saints
They can't stand your ease with foreigners
And you can't stand their easy words with eachother
Tobacco is universal freindship material
Gift offerings of peace
to fights
Gods
or both
Saints are so self satisfied
With herbs and pills
They have little use for obvious addictions
I'd rather addict to something the world
understands
accepts
joins in on
Where Gods pass around in laughing merriment
Where is the joy in dialated eyes
And fuzzed memories?
So I will smoke with foreign Gods

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Does the wadded up paper ball or the bowling ball fall faster?


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The following comments are for "Ciggerette World"
by thesadpoet

Tobaaco world
Cool! I quit that most enjoyed of habits twenty years ago. Maybe I will live longer - maybe not. I lived, when a child, in a world where everyone smoked. I don't know if it was a calmer world or if tobacco made any real difference, other than slowing down eating and talking. Yet I do miss it - there was something different when that most civilized addiction was in the world - perhaps there is some grace missing today, with the hustle and bustle, in America. I mean really who likes Tofu or wheatgrass for God's sake.

( Posted by: jonpenny [Member] On: August 26, 2009 )





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