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I must say I don’t know a lot
about the way people take pot.
For I don’t take it personally,
not even just occasionally.
But I have known folks from my past,
whose use of pot was pretty vast.
They taught and showed me what to do,
I ought to know what they all knew.
Back then I’d little interest
and didn’t even want to test.
However, I would not contemn,
nor would I ever them condemn.
I think we have the freedom to
do the things that we want to.
If that means using the hemp weed,
other people should accede.
Some got pot and supplicate,
they say it’s great to medicate.
Most of the folks that I know now
will simply use it anyhow.
Cannabis has been shown to be
good, should you have an ostomy.
It calms the mood and eases strain,
and pot can do a lot for pain.
Prescription drugs they say are best,
but they don’t stand up to the test.
So at the time we’ve had enough,
we are primed for other stuff.
So no one should attempt to stop
anyone from taking pot.
If it’s good I can’t see why,
we should not give pot a try.
Reproduced by kind permission of Bill Withers.
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