Instead Of - Poem by Sucrose White
Instead of smiling and jumping from delight
I kept crying like an abandoned child who's mourning his very life
And instead of going crazy of happiness and joy
I went angry and smashed up every toy
I knew back then that life is really nice
infact we were the source of our own demise
Scurrying around like insects when we left priorities behind our back
Maybe I can't describe the first moment I saw when my heart was about to crack
perhaps love is blind and maybe a heart is the only thing that lacked
I bet that love itself became nothing but a gag.
People mock and use their organs in an alternating act
And oftenly they use to speak ill of me and accuse me of being gay
maybe it's the time we get along to their dismay
Why should I lie? ?
with you I'm the world's biggest gay.
Such a freakin awesome time we use to spend in the bay
holding my hand up after I defeated the what's so called drake.
Are those memories still buzzing in your brain-box Monica? ?
Or is it me, the only one who's sound is echoing through the slums of Delaware! !
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