Read Charlie Sheen's Poem, 'F--k It'
It's up to the man with a steady plan to star in that final show," he wrote in 1996.
A poem Charlie Sheen wrote in 1996 called "F--k It" has been unearthed by TMZ.com. The short verse seems to warn against partying too hard and losing work -- ironic given Sheen's recent firing from Two and a Half Men and media blitz about "banging 7-gram rocks."
"Keep it light, keep it tight, know what's right, choose your fight," it opens. See Sheen's handwritten version here.
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"Look inside - today. Take that ride - tomorrow," it goes on.
"Some may say, 'Come out and play.'"
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"And only you will know. It's up to the man with a steady plan to star in that final show."
He then signs it with the date: Dec. 31, 1996.
TMZ.com reports that he wrote it on a blank page of his book of poetry, A Peace of My Mind and handed it to a friend that night.