A DANGER OF BEING A TENANT

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If someone was a thief
Who once lived in that room you rented
And even if the thief
Has since repented
And you got the room repainted
To clean off past-tenant spirits
That could be lurking in your closets,
The landlord and his children
May still be opinion-driven
But might think it’s a given
That you’re also a thief from prison
And so, it becomes a reason
To take a decision
To mount a supervision
In your surrounding,
Denying you some oxygen.

As if that's not enough,
Your life gets further tough
As you must monthly cough
Out your rent or get off
'Cos the landlord won't call your bluff
And trump you in a gaming crossruff



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