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Double A P SS

(Los Angeles, California)

Born in Hostility


I am trying to be myself
But I am becoming someone else
Thinking irrational, saying illogical
I am trying to be
But I am becoming
Someone else
Filled with knowledge
I am trying to stay in line
But the lies are becoming re-visible
Everything is turning and twisting
The interior decorations of my home
Filled with support for genocide
I am losing my mind
Meanwhile Mom is telling me everything is alright
I am just a boy living…
I am not grasping the ideals of my leaders
I am trying to be my old self in front of you all
But it is becoming harder when there is a war
That is murder going outside my home
I am trying to stay in line
Show some respect
I am just a boy confused by the old
I am losing moral
I am trying to be
But becoming someone else
Lost in between swords
I am just a boy living a home
Bursting with support for genocide

Submitted: Thursday, July 07, 2011
Edited: Monday, July 18, 2011
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