Savannah Lewis

Rookie (02/20/1985 / Carmichael, CA)

Be What You Will - Poem by Savannah Lewis

Jump to conclusions
Assumptions fill my head
My heart full of questions
I stayed silent instead
Bottled up emotions
Fill more each day
Soon it will reach the top
And then blow away
Carry yourself lightly
Speak out every day
Tell them what you really think
Don't care what they may say
You are who you want to be
Your life is what you make of it
I know now who I am like
I am just like me


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 6, 2005

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