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I feel sorry for those who have little
But  do not move in my neighborhood
Two weeks in Hawaii
Came home and
Ants invaded my home
This is reality not a poem
The truck next door was broken into
Down the street a robbery
Seattle has become a homeless encampment
San Francisco gave their losers
A one way ticket to Seattle
We are being invaded by insanity
The Major wants a safe place for the addicts to needle up
Use tax money to save Herion addicts
They made the choice give them stronger doses
My answer to overcrowded prisons
Give them all weopons and put drugs in middle of yard
The winners can overdose and meet the devil face to face
Drugs from the south have made and American disgrace
And if not stopped put this country to waste
As for the Mayor boys once boys girls were pretty
What's happening now a downright pity
I say let it be in he and his husbands back yard
Where they set up tents for the poor
Not in downtown Seattle
Ants and illegal immigrants have taken over
Bury them in green grass and wild clover
Addiction another description of stupidity
Go back to where you came from
Take the Mayor with you to another city
Because what you have done to my home is a pity
Remember when boys were boys and girls were pretty
Those tattoos and ring noses are darn right -----!







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