maxpoet beauty


Back to where you from,


Back to where you from,
Back to where you from,
Back to see you making it,
You are more than a Gangster,
You are more exuberant,
You came to finish that love from haters,
Back to where you from,
I was thinking of you losing,
It never happened,
Believe you was the meaning,
Back to where you from,
It a real live life meaning,
Back to where you from,
Those Burdens never sleep,
Truth all half divided,
Most intellects missing half of the senses,
In a swearing that the lace was black,
Believe that,
You can really believe in you,
Take me where you are to see the Hell,
That Heavenly was taken from us,
It ain’t ever losing it anymore.

Submitted: Thursday, April 03, 2008

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