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What Do You Accept?
by Jennifer L Jackson

Wednesday, May 05, 2010
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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This is a poem from my first book titled The Streets My Cradle available on and barnes &

One day I was walking down the street..

I smelt something & wondered could that be me?

I took a shower, I knew I had.

Could that still be me smelling so bad?

Then God said it wasn't my underarms

or my feet.  But all the garbage that

had been dumped in me.

Because God cleaned me up, I now smell

Oh so good!  And I don't accept

what I normally would.


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Reviewed by Paul Judges 5/10/2010
Very good work, Jennifer
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