Fearing Corruption

Poem By Breanna Verkon

I lay under the sun in order to tan
I drink Mountain Dew from a can
If I ever knew trouble I never ran
It is my nature to ignore lecture
But sadly lecture is a part of nurture
So I listen but I do not hear
Because it is corruption that I truly fear

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