Don’t hit my line,
With that what you doing,
Or that how are you?
Just a waste of my time,
Hearing these pings,
That has no meaning,

Don’t hit my line,
Don’t hit my line, Be,

People with nothing to do,
People with nothing to say,
Just doing the same dumb shit,
Like what the hell are we really saying,
Or what’s in your mind that is playing,
Just a big ol delusion,
Of people trying to save face,

Don’t hit my line,
Don’t hit my line, Be,

It’s saddening,
Oh wait,
The way they don’t see their ways,
Like ummm,
It’s like you hit me up,
With the fill in the blank phrase,
Damn this is just crazy,
Lazy ass fools,
They don’t have a clue,
Clearly no value,
Just doing to same repetitive moves,

Don’t hit my line,
Don’t hit my line, Be,

Soon they will ask you for money,
Or some kind of freebie,
Want to hold you, hostage,
With a whip,
Gripping your time,
Never letting it slip,
Just a shadow in your life,
Following you in every which,
Way to go,
You let them in,
The people that will destroy your focused thinking,

Don’t hit my line,
Don’t hit my line, Be,
Because you don’t got shit to say,
Stay out my way,
Go do something productive with your time,
Better yet,
Forget you even know me.

This poem is written from a positive place even though it may seem harsh, but think of these calls or texts messages as spam/robot callers. If we entertain these messages less, we could be more productive. If conversations were more meaningful or honest, our values for ourselves and others would be higher. Whether it’s a new guy or girl hitting your line, or that friend who claims to be your best friend, that’s never doing anything, you are just giving away yourself to distractions, and time is a valuable product you could never get back. Then again we are sometimes fortunate to catch a second wind and be smarter than we were before.

Thanks for tuning into this series, “Peeping Through The Window” where we are looking outside at ourselves from the inside. We are through the motions of disbelief, frantic, and confusion. It is at certain moments we see relief and acceptance and figure out what’s our next play. What will be the next move to do after seeing what has been going on.

Catch up on the series: Episodes:
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8
9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15| 16
17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24
25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31

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