Steal This Poem

By Alan W. Jankowski

You probably were a bully,
Who never did well in school,
Stole other kid's lunch money,
And thought it was really cool.

And now you've moved on,
To stealing other's work and time,
All without a hint of remorse,
As if it's not even a real crime.

I'd like to think people like you,
Deserve a special place in Hell,
For when you steal an author's work,
You steal a piece of them as well.

So now I'm going to dare you,
To try and steal this poem,
Post it on another site,
And try to call it your own.

And if you think you can do it,
And never will get caught,
The only thing I can say to you,
Is you're dumber than I thought.

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