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christina chamorro

Rookie (augest 4th,1994 / long island)

My Childhood


you took away my childhood
i grew up to fast
and as i watched the rime past
it brang up the past
i could see your face
with out a a thought or care
you come in my house
as if you dont remember
so i just stare
with a evil blare
YOU TOOK AWAY MY CHILDHOOD!
as though it seems not to be fare
im just filled with hate
and not a thought in the world to care

Submitted: Friday, October 10, 2008

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