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Bron Dayvid

Rookie (March 3 1993 / Cleveland, Ohio)

Help Wanted

Tell me what’s real tell me what’s fake tell me how can I help the world

where do I relate I don’t want to slip up and make the wrong decision

by mistake because the world is on my shoulders and there’s so much

more in stake I always felt as if I was destined for something great so

through words life’s meaning I translate reiterate

Brainwashing you all until you finally understand I’m trying to grab your

attention your attention we need to expand

This is so cliché but look through another’s eyes walk in another’s

shoes feel pain as another cries and I’m unsure how to help the world

but with poetry I improvise I’m a lyrical messenger sent here only to

Notify you all of the situation still confused my words will paint an

illustration poverty corruption ending civilization families losing they

homes where they try to build foundation decide between bills or food

just creates more frustration still can’t fathom well then use your

While I use these words as my tools trying to help us rebuild cleaning

up the mess that we previously spilled but to many dreams and wishes

have gone unfulfilled and as the hope goes down I can see my breathe

Because so many people have grown cold that world is now

and it may be only me to give help where it’s needed

Submitted: Monday, February 22, 2010
Edited: Monday, July 11, 2011

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