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made from the roof of his cardboard home



made from the roof of his cardboard home
By llanth on 06/23/2008
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a man holds a sign made from the roof
of his card board home

he dreams of a family, but
has now where to go

people laugh and give him
pitty, he asks for change
and recieves a penny

he's a con people say,
but his parents are junkies.
he's only trying to make his way

will work for food is written
on the sign, society believes
it is only a lie

he finds a wallet in it
rests some bills and a necklace
locket with a picture of this girl
on it.

a scream yelled that man stole my wallet someone halt him, he's probably going to
pawn it

a siren sounds, that man, my wallet
he's got it.

the homeless is cuffed, and put
in the car and the officer locks it.

he waits at the station, getting booked.
a visitor walks in, it's his mom she
gives him this look.

the cop at the station shows her the wallet and locket.

she yells "that's my son's it's his daughter on the locket."

another police man arrives with the man that said the wallet was his, "im sorry that we got the wrong man, but this is really him,"
shoved him in the cell, slid the bars shut. this is what you get when you really sin.


© By llanth On 6/23/2008 3:06:45 AM
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