Savannah Moe

(12/27/93 / California)

Colors


I'm afraid to show you my true colors
While you are out there showing yours
I'm afraid you will make fun
The only person ive told dosent talk to me any more
you are out there succeeding
while i fail at everything i can possibly think of
you are out there having fun
im hiding inside of me
yet we talk all the time
but i feel uncomfortable with me
i dont know who i am
i odnt know where im going
will you help me find me?

Submitted: Wednesday, January 23, 2008

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