The Cigarette Queen


“I saw a cigarette smoking a man,

She inhaled life out of his frail form.

A thick smog covered her entire being,

She smelt from death of living things.

How vainly, did the murderess walk,

Reigning supreme over her addicted flock.

Never any mercy was shown to them,

She blackened their lungs, one by one.

Mercilessly thriving on putrid flesh,

She offered nothing but disease and stress.

The skeletons followed her blindly to death,

Ignoring cigarette smoking is injurious to health.”

(We never smoke, the cigarette smokes lives out of us. Let’s not ignore the pleadings of our loved ones and dependants.  Our life force is stronger than a cigarette. We can fight addiction. Quit smoking NOW)

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