Triauna Hall

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You don't need an audience for everything you do
You don't need a witness to be true to you
Don't take two sides, that's called being fake
Don't run your mouth, there's only so much they can take
Don't call them your friend, then a hoe behind their backs
Don't wait on your manz, to pop off and attack
You don't need an audience to prove that you real
You need a group to express how you feel
Don't talk louder, just to be heard
Don't keep talking, forcing out your words
Don't change your clothes, just to get stares
Don't lose yourself, and become unaware
Don't spend your money, on things you don't need
Don't lose your values on things you believe
Don't bring attention, just to gain a crowd
Because no one will clap, you're on your own, take a bow

Submitted: Monday, February 13, 2012

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