The Dreamers Movement
Labeled: Different Than The Rest. - Poem by The Dreamers Movement
So when you finally realize that the world has gone and labeled you to be what they think that you are it may be too late to change their minds, but it's worth a try. See that mark that they have left on you to try and prove to you that you are no different than they are. Well lets take that 'proof' that they have left on you and show them that this mark makes you totally different that them. For you are not to be branded of the world you are to be branded out of the ordinary, something never before seen. This is how God made you. Do you really want to show the world that you are no different than they? Do you really think that this is what you were made for? Were you made to be a 'product' of society, or something more? Well here is your chance to tell those people who have tried to put you into a box and label you their 'toy' that you will no longer put up with them. You will live the life that you were made for you will not be merchandise and you will not be purchased with their make believe money and their so-called society. You will not be fooled by the 'perfect' lives that they lead, because you see behind all their beauty and lies and the fake sets that they live their lives in. Tell those lovely fakers that you want to be real that you will not be their puppet, their plaything any longer. Your life is exactly that, YOURS. You would rather live in your own world than live in their world of fake-believe. So long fakers for you can no longer control me, because I have found something better to live for.
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