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I'm a Big Boss



I'm a big boss, you get rich turn into a witch I tare your wig off.
Slap you around like a pimp dog, laugh at you as you limp off
Then get back to the fighting, of keeping my life brightening,
Like those diamonds, you see on the famous
Not no knock off, I'll be damned I get knocked off
Put a sign up, this block under construction
When it's really me strapped up, shooting your block off.
Take you girl, have my boys rooting for her as she take her top off.
Getting her messed up, we get the top shelve
Making you move like a deadly weapon, making toys like the top elf
Bring that heat and this snow I melt
Glow my neck, let em know I get it, bringing in mo prospects
Gotta a murder team, haven't caught no cases, so bodies ain't shown yet.
I can't sleep ain't gone sweat, give me that check
I ain't gone debt, and file for bankruptcy. Busta let it be a conspiracy how I do me... Okay?
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Submitted on August 26, 2014

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The topics I write about are very diverse, so are the poetry styles I apply. I started writing poetry in high school in 05. I had written some poetry during class and showed some of my classmates who enjoyed it! I then was chosen to have my poetry in the school newspaper for each month! I done a lot of my work in the library. I met a woman who i showed my work to that worked there, and she said she knew a man that works on the radio! Then i was able to read two poems off the radio. A news reporter who appeared on the station as well decided to do a report on me and I've been writing ever sense. :) If Anybody want to friend request me on Facebook feel free too! Just look up Jon Otano I should be easy to find! :) more…

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