THE BEST PIMPS! (Pimps) poem

The best PIMPS are not Don Magic Juan or Pimpin’ Ken but the Washington D.C politicians

Who employ over 300 million hoes also known as citizens to solicit for them

From day break to day end!

LEON KWASI KUNTUO-ASARE
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2 thoughts on “THE BEST PIMPS! (Pimps) poem

  1. I’m not sure how I feel about this… As a former prostitute who had to deal with pimps, I would say that this poem discounts and minimizes the pain of women who have been beaten, raped, and endlessly exploited by pimps, who you claim are not as harmful as politicians. As much as I agree that politicians exploit citizens, I’m pretty offended that you put getting raped and beaten as less painful than simply getting used and taxed by the government. That’s really fucking ignorant, man.

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    1. When I wrote the best pimps (poem), I was (figuratively) talking about people that some may say exploit other people for personal gains, and in a country where politicians work for the corporations and not the people and force us to pay their debts when they gamble with our futures ( i.e corporate bailouts) or a government that still utilizes systematic slavery with corporate prisons, who make a profit by how many people, especially black and hispanics they can lockup for the same crimes many of white people would be able to walk away with a slap on the wrist. So I was not intending discount the affects of white slavery on women, I believe any pimp or madam that forces anyone to have sex against their will should go to prison!

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