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Flashing lights on the highway Kids' teeth smiling with braces Flashy cars with decade-long payments Lawyers grinning reassuringly Happy families with their doctors Half-clad women or modern-day Jezebels
Hey,   This is a poem about the media and advertising, and how it has an impact on us.   Enjoy! Feedback welcome.   Cheers, David
I believe that if you work, you should do something you love. Follow your passion, take action, and elevate yourself above that everyday grind. Elevate yourself above that average state of mind.
Walking through crowded Times Square  Look left, look right, there are billboards everywhere The colors the imagery throws me off beat  One day my designs will plaster these streets
Don’t stare at my hips and thighs, my lips, my neck, with accusations in your eyes Don’t think your looks will make me cry and die inside and want to hide and fly on by mall-aisle five I don’t need your “pretty”
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