Knew The Two - Poem by darby williams
there in land filled with sand that you wouldn't understand. where time is just little thing you can't find to say anything, but a rhyme. like how can a guy say that he is a man. you can't see that everyone is truly doing then again are they just toying. like theres no freak'en floor. Now everyone said that she was loyal, but never knew that her blood is royal. i try to knock on her freak'en door. as the gate of fate open it colder, for the butler in debt in it's beholder.
just listen to the words in the sky and please don't try to say WHY? the girls in the future don't have any emotion and the women from the past never heard of an explotion. now i have seen the future and the past, but it's present is where is where she's at. don't tell me you don't care about breaking the law, because that is what makes you a fruad.
now that i know she the little girl of the king and queen. always trying to be seen and could she just leave her perfect world. do you care about anything except your picture? could you once think about your culture? i maybe the one with all the question cause you got to stop this obession.
now looking at you is like starring at a blank page. you just being shy while standing there on the stage. what could you do? if you could see that i'm your friend. trying to help you to not go down this path again. don't tell me that your not afraid and say your in love. it's just another heaven above and no way you have your life made. i just try to remember all the words that already been written and it's your face that i will never be forgetten. to look into the eyes is to see into the previous memories. If you just felt all the rain form the tears of god. do even listen to the words of the writer. if looking for the vice of this fighter. then it is you who has the flaw.
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