Treasure Island

Korey Buffo

(1/31/1991 / pittsburgh)

Admit Defeat


There is no such thing as sweet revenge
When people take you're dignity and pride
But admit defeat, you'll be the better man
Because noone has the courage for that ride
Two wrongs don't make a right
But two rights make a savior
Admit defeat to be forgiven
For this unacceptable behavior
Think of smiles of happiness
Rather than laughter of retribution
Form a bond and fight a better battle
Of a new age revolution
Admit defeat of hostile attacks
And you will not be one less
But more a hero in the eyes of maturity
For not retaliating more stress
To keep you in your purity
Admit defeat to be blessed

Submitted: Saturday, March 29, 2008
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