destiny tatum


Don't Kill The Dream Poem by destiny tatum


when you walk into the school
are you they love to hate
or the jock on the block
are you the nurd or the rich kid that everyone seems to love


what ever you are
who ever you may be
just make sure you not the one who's killing the dream

be who ever you want to be
be an eagle
you can fly
be a drangon in the sky
breathen fire, be a lion
be who ever you heart desciers

you can only be you
you have to say true
weather you when or lose


which ever road you may chose
is the one ment for you
you are who you chose to be today and tommrow
dont let others chose your future.

chose your own destiny
take your own path.
live your own life
chose who you want to be
be who you destin to be


be the best that you can be
not every one has the dream
the dream that holds the key to everything that you are tryen to be


itts callen your name
but you anore it everyday
it wants you to be everything you want to be.


not what others call you to be
its all up to you
its your callen
its your dream

\so dont be the one who's killen the dream

Submitted: Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Edited: Friday, November 20, 2009

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