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0 posted 05-13-2000 09:33 PM       View Profile for rene   Email rene   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions  View IP for rene

I saw a Go-Go girl being payed by a priest
In the town where I was born with a belief
But it's a hard town in hard times
For a losing streak, a son that never shines

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We are often shocked when we stare into the shadows of our society and see something like the image you described, we like to pretend our worlds are moral, sterile and in order but there is no GOOD and BAD I believe that it is more grey, we have the capacity to be either. Your poem got me thinking, great poem.    
    




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