helena dombrowski

Rookie (9-20-94 / St. Petersburgh, Russia)

wild child


im a wild child
thats what they say
im a wild child
till my dying day
im a wild child
and you wont regret
cuz ill bring a party
that youll never forget

they say that im crazy
that ill never calm down
so you better watch out
when i come to your town
dont listen dont care
you cant controle me
if you know whats good for you
just let me be

cuz im a wild child
thats what they say
im a wild child
till my dying day
im a wild child
and im neva gonna change
im an uncontrolable beast
that you just cant cage

when i was younger they used to
lock me in my room
hoping and praying
that ill calm down soon
they dont understand
that im neva gona stop
i just broke free
somone call a cop

cuz im a wild child
thats what they say
im a wild child
till my dying day
im a wild child
im hell on wheels
dont diss it dont play
till you know how it feels!

Submitted: Sunday, November 02, 2008

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  • Rookie - 47 Points Karen Gonzalez-videla (8/9/2013 4:14:00 PM)

    Really nice poem! It's always to be wild :) It's a better way to live life! I invite you to read, vote, and comment on my poems :) (Report) Reply

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