I was sometimes afraid of my own sound,
leaving the nest just to hit the ground.
Reaching in my mind trying to remember what I've been taught. Scared to tell the truth facing reality of being caught.
A family seperated in silence and mirror's that tell you lies; A continual spin of webbs, trapped in its silent goodbye's
A child you no longer care to teach;
extensions of me you care not to reach.
Never to say we are proud; good job;
letting them have there shine.
Rotting in a generational curse and
still saying, ' What's Mine Is ...