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Mona Mia

Rookie (July 3,1994 / Bronx)

Make A Move


“Make A Move”
By Mona Mia
Cry me rivers
Trickled down my spine
Shed salty seas
Unearth spies
Make me believe
Take my hand
Turn around my body
Cause me to understand
Make it all 3D
Clear as the sky
Dilute the poison
Catch me, do try
Make a difference
Or, a poor excuse
Paint a picture
Play me like a flute
Spring on the football field
Make the yards
Do that silly dance
It’s not so hard
Paint me pretty
Or not at all
Treat me right
Or let me fall
As the stars twinkle
Day turns to night
Make a move
Make it right

Submitted: Monday, January 19, 2009

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