Better Than Sex
The trials and tribulations of life weigh heavy on you
The toxins and poisons make you angry and filled with hate
Where did your strong legs for walking go?
They disappeared beneath your obnoxiously, obese weight
You can’t carry your children and your pets run with fright
Why do you struggle to climb ascending stairs?
Even when using maximum strength and might?
Marketing is heavy and temptations are strong
You’d buy death if they wrapped it in a pretty bottle
You’d buy two if they sang a catchy little song
How hard is it to turn the right way?
How crazy to think that infamous thought
Now let me sell you something real
That in your lifetime you would have never otherwise bought
To get the inexplicable euphoric pleasure
Of knowing you did something positively right
Close your eyes, soak in the silence
And that little voice, do not fight
When lovely life hits you
With a bulldozer of crazy confusions
And tries to run your brain, ruin your heart, and rot your soul too
Sit on that nice, clean toilet with that shiny flusher
Inhale deep, exhale slow and just poop