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Max Saysoff

Rookie (05/01/95 / kansas)

no matter how i change


it amazing how no matter how much you try to change
you seem to stay the same
you can dye your hair you can change your close
you can paint you nails change your skin
you can change your eyes with simple a lens
you can make yourself look like someone thay have never seen before
you can change you voice the way you speak
you can do all this in a few days if that
yet.
your mind the way you thank
thay way your mind works
that change can take so much longer
if you beleve
all men are evil and i will never love one
no mater how much you change how you look
your mind will steel thank
all men are evil and i will never love one
this go's to show
i can change everything about me and
i can walk past you and you would never know
but see me in a store
'is this movie any good'
'yes it one of my favorites reminds me of my father'
that will strike you as odd
'have we meet before'
'i don't believe so where did u go to school'
by this point you know it me but you wont say a thing
and i will smile and this will prove it
'max...'
no matter how i change
i will also be the same

Submitted: Monday, January 31, 2011

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