Smoking can kill your unborn child,
But suburban living leaves my life defiled.
Murdered by monotony,
Put my face on the news;
Another child to abuse.
Smoking is highly addictive, don’t start
Unless you’d like to speed up your depart
From your depressing desk;
Addicted to routine:
Our modern cancer unseen.
Smoking clogs your arteries;
Not the nine to five your doctor sees:
Eight hours of misery,
Slaves bound to inertia;
Become thralls to commercials.
Smoking causes fatal lung cancer;
Look not to cars instead, the answer.
Or to factory fumes,
And poisonous rain.
Killed by air we rely;
In ever dwindling supply.
Smoking increases the risk of impotence,
But who’d want to bring a child into this?
Suffocate or starve;
Tell them: ‘Follow your dreams’;
Silenced under dying screams.
Smoking causes strokes and disability,
Like half the pills you dish out willingly.
Swallow these if blue;
Side effects include:
Mild nausea and suicide;
It’s worth it though
They get you back to the grind.