Billy Belly

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Above. - Poem by Billy Belly

Am I alone when I am above?
Or am I under and alone?
If I were to be above, I would be a leader.
But to be a leader is to be social.
How am I above when I am no leader?
So am I really above, I am more poor than you.
But one day maybe I'll be for good use,
A good use for money, a good source for being above.
Because I feel I should be above, I am perfect,
if I just fix up some little errors.
But why am I not above?
If I have more thoughts and thoughts and thoughts,
Than you ever would.
I think in completely point of view,
I think in complete aboveness.
I notice the mistakes,
And you will not care.
How is you to be a leader,
when you are just a leader to not much,
A leader in fighting to be above?

Am I alone when I am above?
Or am I under and alone?
If I were to be above, I would be a leader.
But to be a leader, you have to be social.
How am I above when I am no leader?
So am I really above? You are richer than me.
But one day maybe, I will be for better use,
A good use for money, a good source for being above,
A good reason to Feeling above.
Because I feel I should be above.
I am perfect.
I am intelligent.
I am gifted.
But why am I not above?
If I have more thoughts and thoughts and thoughts,
Than you ever would.
I think in completely point of view,
I think in complete thought.
I notice the mistakes,
And you will not care,
Let alone notice.
How is you to be a leader,
when you are just a leader to not much,
A leader in fighting to be above?

[The second one is an edit. I'm not sure which is better.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Poem Edited: Wednesday, February 25, 2009


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