Saucy Elmo

Rookie (January 21,1997 / Orlando, FL.)

Screw Social Suicide - Poem by Saucy Elmo

Classic case of back-stabbing friends.
Two secons in the spotlight and they've changed.
The worst part is when they drag you along.
Ruthless comparisons; raving on and on about the latest rap song.
If they're not worth it, why stick around?

Rumor has it, it's the next best thing.
Peer pressure is harsh, so much pain it brings.
When you finally succumb to temptation,
Its already too late and,
It came with a price that was too high to pay!

As you grow up, there are so many ways,
that you can get yourself in trouble.
Sometimes, sticking to the rules,
doesn't turn out how you planned it.
Just live with no regrets, and don't forget.
The mistakes you made, the prices you paid.
and remember every day.

Don't let them tell you how to life your life.
Don't let them try to change your mind.
Kick them to the curb, don't be absurd.
Don't put up with their crap anymore.
Screw social suicide, don't go along for the ride.
Draw the line, tell them that it's time.
For you to go your seperate ways.
They weren't real friends anyways.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 16, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, December 17, 2011


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