Treasure Island

tracy alcee


HOME


What is home
Is it rue it's always sweet
Like pig feet
Home
It's not always ''Home sweet Home''
It don't always welcome you
It's not always for ''you''
When you had a bad day
And you're caught up in the grey
And hoping-dreaming
That home will give you a great evening
When you start walking
Counting each step
'Cause of your loneliness
And you're hoping wishing dreaming
That home will give you a great evening
Unlike this morning
When every step you take
You wish you hadn't make
Because home doesn't sound as peaceful and sweet
Like caramel and treats
But you still hoping-wishing
That when you reach home
Uh, it will no longer be a dumb.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 17, 2013
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Let's just say making home being a ''home'' is not always easy.

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