Scary Kids Scaring Kids
resonates my ear drums alive
new age rock and roll
driving fuel to silent madness.
this consumption of body and mind
has left me useless.
it deprives my care for caring.
subjugated life of an abandon
pierce through heart
as a wounded animal without a home.
roaming the plains
of a social disease,
three life sentences to paid.
Nerves wrecking hysteria
anxiously awaits in bed,
where eyes fear
the chance to scape.
O' how time has settle to the grave
deadlock remorse shackle to my leg,
feet becoming immobilize
only my mind holding the key.
thoughts have painted
two story home
white picket fences
pool jacuzzi the works.
yet there is always
scary kids scaring kids
Mine and Hers,
in this silent mountain
is where I live.
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