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Your Letters: Your Poem: A Smokers Tale.

Byline: William Reilly, L15

The well told tale is still quite true That smoking tobacco can kill you Your breathing will become weaker and weaker And your life span will also get shorter Give up now before it is too late Before you become a hospital case Once you give up smoking, life becomes brighter You now can dispose of your old fag lighter From then on your food will taste better And your body will get a lot fitter Gone will be the craving of dying for a smoke Now the smoking habit you have finally broke You now have snuffed the fags out Before the fags snuffed you out
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Feb 4, 2003
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