Jill Burns

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Teens And Adults - Poem by Jill Burns

So we've found a way to pass our time,
we write down every random rhyme
And we always pretend that we're all right,
when we're not fine,
we only wish we could fight
because then we'd feel like we're all right
Well just so you know,
our bark isn't worse than our bite

People fear what they can't understand,
that's why they feel like they should hold your hand
They fear the lyrics from every band you listen to,
and if you're left alone it won't be grand

Look into my eyes,
don't be surprised
I'm just like you
I'm sick of their lies

In a few years,
they'll forget these fears,
and it won't even matter,
that they caused us these tears

But we'll never forget this distrust,
teens aren't all about hate and lust


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 19, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 22, 2011


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