Let's Step Outside

Poem By Randy Johnson

Usually I'm a peaceful man.
I avoid trouble as often as I can.
But I'll make you pay for hitting my cousin and calling her a bitch.
Soon you'll have to go to the hospital to get stitched.
You've awakened my monster deep inside.
I look out for my family and friends so let's step outside.
So far you've gotten away scott free.
But you'll never hurt anyone again after you get a piece of me.

Comments about Let's Step Outside

Again, cute. Rhymes are good. R.

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