James Davis

(12/26/1990 / Philadelphia, Pa)

Two Faced People


People are two faced beings
conformist cons everything people dislike
People lie to keep their selves alive

Material is what become a necessity
this gives people that two faced entity
why must we conform to what people think let alone what they expect
no one is perfect unless your me just joking its difference that makes us unique

People have two faced one of different traits
one white one black or a latin hispanic
You can be who you want if you 'front' and conform
people forget who they
how could people loose them selves in todays world
deep in regret after every breath sucking air as if your souls a drifts

People true selfs hide friends die no one ever cries
lovers, like never last for more than one night
over the moon yesterdays faced flew.

Submitted: Monday, April 07, 2008
Edited: Monday, January 11, 2010

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