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A horrible disease 95% of men suffer from ... will they EVER get a CURE ?
It’s a disease yea it is!
They are sick in
their heads, sick in
their minds, sick in
their bodies, sick in their heart.
Oh this disease has done
them so wrong, it has
FOOLED them for way too long.
They look at their wife
as though she alone is
growing old and going down.
This disease makes them feel they
are getting younger , this is the time
they seek pleasure more than ever
and the young girls they wish they
The mirror tells them dirty lies
all their wrinkles seems as straight
as a line. Their missing tooth shines
like gold in their gum and they are not
afraid to smile. Their skin once smooth
and nice is now covered with
goose bumps, scratches & dents.
Yet they see themselves as a
sparkling coin just made from Central
It’s a disease, a psychological one,
It eats their hearts, ears and eyes.
they see and hear differently. Their
squingy ruffled skin seems smooth
as can be.
Their lusty eyes flirt all over the sky
like predators they dessert their
old carcass and look for fresh meat, a prey,
some good girl to make them bad.
The thought of a young girl in their
arms just makes their brain swell
like an ocean tide.
It’s a disease, I told you it has clouded
the eyes, their once beautiful wife
seems ugly and quaily as can be. Their
love has died and turned into cold
bitterness as this disease eats away
at their inner heart and tells
them they still got spunk
so they wanna try some funk…..
Boy you better get with the tide,
take a good look at that old
torn up face in the mirror
it may scare you cause you look like
a horror. Stop trying to put your
picture in a young frame…. This young
thing ain’t your game.
Your old like your wife, you’ve become
duller than the back of a knife, please
stop these stupid imaginations
from controlling your mind. I want you
to look that mirror in its face and shout
aloud you're telling me lies. I am old like a
stone and I aint ever gonna strike
no flame again……..
Written by: Joanna Chandler
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