Inflexible - Poem by mmm nababana
I wish I knew
Which one of you was true
At this point, I doubt even you do
You and your pride
The times you've wasted and lied
The obvious places you've tried to hide
All I wanted in the end
Was a safe place to mend
But your silly rules simply wouldn't bend
Without thinking or pause
Oblivious to your flaws
You choose to feed the disease with it's cause
So you pass each day
Waiting for another to say
'Come here, follow me, this is the way'.
So you never engage
Staying safe in your cage
And each night, lie awake in quiet rage
How much more can you take?
It's your life to make
Just how far can you bend before you break?
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