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Steven Aragon

Rookie (07/16/1990 / Miami, Fl)

Sometimes


Sometimes it’s this, sometimes it’s that
Is it all one and the same or one of a kind?

Sometimes it’s black, sometimes it’s white
Sometimes it rains, sometimes it shines
Sometimes it’s day, sometimes it’s night
Sometimes it’s heavy, sometimes it’s light
Sometimes it’s peace, sometimes it’s fight

Sometimes it’s this, sometimes it’s that
Is it all one and the same or one of a kind?

Sometimes it’s love, sometimes it’s hate
Sometimes it’s gorge, sometimes it’s tatse
Sometimes it’s destroy, stometimes it’s create
Sometime it’s choice, sometimes it’s fate
Sotimes it’s curved, sometimes it’s straight

Sometimes it’s this, sometimes it’s that
Is it all one and the same or one of a kind?

Well, to me it’s all one and the same but one of a kind
Quit with the mental constraints you create in your mind
Open you eyes and realize there are truth in my rhymes
Whether pleasure or pain, we all feel the same way
Hope for the best and make it through your day
Don’t allow anyone to tell you differ-ant-lay

Submitted: Wednesday, November 04, 2009

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