Contidictions - Poem by Selina Munsey
it shouldnt, so i say it doesnt.
to matter it wouldnt, it couldnt.
you dont even have to listen cause theres nothing your missin'.
when i say im not worth it, its the truth i speak, although i push you away, its still you i seek.
still no one should care, its a written rule. its not fair, its of a fool.
we should dread every moment with panic, something will be wrongly said, so we must fear it.
we will be quickly over, before we even started, when we're honest and sober, this will be top charted.
for better or worse, and whether or not we take this corse, either way theres tension, as our main sensation.
things that have not been, and trapped in our hearts, whether or not it be sin, we cant stop these piercing darts.
its right and wrong, only some we understand, but our hearts sing that song, saying that we can.
heart against knowledge, impossible to decide, either or, we'll be bound to change inside.
we can take a chance, lose or win, we can take the same starting stance, but we could just stride into the garbage bin.
no matter what we give or take, one way or another we could be great.
but do we dare, take that risk, because our friendship could tare, or break like a disk.
but we can be positive, and say we will last, whether or not we attempt this task.
its worth a shot so i guess i'll give it all i got.
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