Daniel McCann

Rookie - 0 Points (18/09/1991 / Manchester)

Surprise Of Youth - Poem by Daniel McCann

I'm reminded of where I come from everyday
your paths wrong, you can't find a better way
the woman walks by doesn't know where she is
but are you a devil if you dare to live?
against the wall asking if you care to give
when you go will anyone miss you
cause you get lost when the truth hits you
in a big city you know your way round
circles of hypracrites have been found
truth you hide stares you in the face
all you do is watch us walk through this place
crowded houses your mansions have space
you raided my ansestors and made them work
made money thinking you'd never hurt
you've got an angry youth who read the books
study history and see how the future looks.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 18, 2012



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