Parents And The Way They Are - Poem by lea wilson
they want to make you scream,
they say their just protecting you,
but all they do is bug you.
i love my parents to death, but i just need to be left alone.
i really wish they would understand how i feel, but they don't.
let me be myself without the hassel of you taking over!
i really need a vaction from this hell hole.
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