Marcquiese Burrell

(2/21/1987 / Baltimore, MD)


when the enemy curse my existence
i'm so indifferent
words won't be my kryptonite
that's just the way I am
and when you're observing my mind
your voice is often unheeded
your energy is depleted
that's just the way it is
eyes peer into me with terror
I have made it clear
what you're seeing is not any different
from what others have saw
I just know myself a little deeper
from this moment onward

whatever problems I had was resolved
time would see the kid evolve
much stronger, i'm stronger
Nothing I know can break me down
could never break me down
you can't break me down

I am here
So endeared
show myself that good love
watch this ego go up
gives me x-amount of
super strength
this, more than anything, explains my durability
i'm at liberty
you won't get the applause, I have the victory

Submitted: Friday, January 03, 2014
Edited: Saturday, January 04, 2014

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