Jared Bradford

Rookie (5/4/92 / Michigan)

Feuds


I've got too much on my mind
Searching for something new
When it seems like there's nothing new to find
I sit back sometimes
Just wanting to unwind
Instead I think of my past
Like my brains on rewind
I'm suprised I've maintained my old rhymes since '09
Those show how much has changed
It's almost strange
From straggling behind to struggling up front
I've learned that my strengths and weaknesses combined
Cover up the rough months
Enough love
But too much hate
There's a fine line where to fall
So throw your hearts up and see where they fall in to place
I bet where you say you want to end up you still will complain
Feels like Christmas
But no gifts
Halloween
But no treats
Easter yet no basket
Thanksgiving, but you guessed it-
No feast
Most revel in drama like expressing opinions wins a medal of honor
You involve in argument and embark in starting with all the claims
Then pray for peace so it will make you sound righteous
And it can clear you name
All this keeps them busy while they're too busy complaining

Submitted: Thursday, December 29, 2011
Edited: Friday, December 30, 2011
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