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Somebody almost walked off with all my stuff. Not my poems or a dance I gave up in the street, but somebody almost walked off with all my stuff like a kleptomaniac, ha! Working hard and forgetting while stealing...this is MINE! This ain’t your stuff! Now, why don’t you put me back and let me hang out in my own self?
So then for my birthday party, which was an all girls pool party, I was like "Janis, I can't invite you because I think you're a lesbian." I mean, I couldn't have a lesbian at my party. There could be girls there in their bathing suits. I mean, right? She was a lesbian! So then her mom called my mom and we started yelling at her. It was so ridiculous. And then she dropped out of school 'cause no one would talk to her. When she came...
My mother was a REAL WHORE! AND A JUNKIE! And she traded me...for ten dollars and a fix. There are many things in my life that I regret, including having you for a daughter, because that man was your father...but I WILL not apologize for the decisions I made.
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