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Sunday 19 April 2009


The clink of bars behind you
Signals you are no longer free
In order to survive
You’ll need to protect you and your ‘inside me’
You’ll have to harden up
You’ll have to get tough
But don’t become a suicide statistic
Don’t become one who gave up because they had enough
As chains snap tight around your waist
Shackles and clips hold your hands and legs tight
Whilst you’re sped through prison halls in haste
Green and grey walls greet you
Your new home for life
A paedo or robber, a new partner to share your time
Get used to your roomie
If you don’t like it, don’t do the crime
To get lock up like me.

©29th May 2008 - 18:19pm Written By Angela Edgar
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