You - Poem by Amanda Strohl
Did you really think you had it all?
Did you really think that you would never have to fall?
What will you do when your life comes crashing down?
What will you do when you wake up six feet underground?
What will you do when your friends all turn their back?
Will you still be okay with that?
When will you open your eyes and see
Things will never be what they use to be?
Soon you will feel our pain
And it will sting like acid rain
And when it’s all over
You will never re-cover
Because of your arrogance
And lack of innocence.
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