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A Taste Of My Thoughts

Dirty Deeds

By Steve Lake

Copyright 2017




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Published by Steve Lake

Copyright 2017 Steve Lake




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Dirty deeds

Copyright March 31, 2017

Steve Lake


I pace through life

Others being my stepping stones

My sense of right and wrong oblivious

Doing my dirty deeds


Born out of innocence

No intent from the start

An urge that disrupts my normal thought

Leading me to dirty deeds I normally would not


Though evolved on the food chain

Still deep within my animal is primal

No recourse but to accept the course

The beginning of my dirty deeds


Another person's shadow absorbed through my eyes

Like a gun and a finger to no surprise

A shot goes off within my mind

My morals killed becoming blind


Only one vision in my tunnel I see

Damn the high values of morals that be

Others inject wisdom of pure

I only reject knowing one thing for sure


Upon another is my intentions of wild

Grunting like an animal but leading with a smile

I spin the fantastic of my yarn

Wanting to get naked wrapped into their arms


Upon this innocent I apply my dirty deeds

Wanting them to beg and squeal out a plea

This is once in their lifetime I aim to please

Then I dropped them into their need


Dirty deeds done and released

Once more pacing through life as I please

From stone to stone I step

Leaving smiles when I was at my best

Leaving me time to do dirty deeds to the rest


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