What I Believe About You
I believe that I can conquer my fears.
I believe that I can walk out the door.
I believe I can wipe away my tears.
Because now I don’t need you anymore.
I believe that I can be just as strong.
I believe that I can find someone true.
I have my friends to carry me along.
I can not wait to get away from you.
I believe you believe you’ve done no wrong.
I believe you’ll continue down your path.
The time to replace you will not take long.
I’m sick of dirty lies, time to take a bath.
And I believe one day you’ll come to see,
How ugly you have truly come to be.
This April passes by me like the wind
New troubles rise as tension slowly grows
Despair has come and seems to have no end
For many fools have greatly brought new woes
But to my true friends did I quickly turn
They found for me my hidden days of joy
For even fools themselves will one day learn
They can not play with me for I’m no toy
Even in the midst of my confusion
At last I found new joy in her sweet eyes
Though again t’was bitter sweet illusion
And once again another white dove cries
To a dying April, follows May’s birth
With hope may May bring back some joy to earth
My May 2006
May is dead,
And a trouble has made leave.
No more school days do I have to dread,
But rather summer plans to achieve.
Finals have settled in the past,
And thank god for that.
Hopefully the summer will long last,
And give me time with my friends to chat.
Don’t forget the drama of “Brevard Running Camp”,
Or the fights fought over track.
It seemed like it was a well lit lamp,
Whose bulb would just not crack.
But o well for training in the summer,
Honestly who cares?
To train in order to go to UMC camp is surely a bummer,
And I have no choice because the fights have their wares.
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