Author: The Lost Girl
Hum a tune of joy,
Quote a line of sadness,
Express a thought of gratitude,
Suppress a hint of madness.
Sing a song of mercy,
Ask a human for love,
Delude a personís mind,
Seek forgiveness up above.
Follow a conformer,
Be a political child,
Donít stray from the world,
Live a life so mild.
Go against free thinking,
Do all that your told,
Make everyday the same,
Refuse to make it bold.
Iím tired of being like you,
Iím tired of this game,
Iím tired of conformity,
Iím tired of being the same.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Meridian (188.8.131.52) -- Friday, December 16 2005, 03:24 pm|
Hey Girl! That's what I like! Be your own person. Sometimes we're gonna be isolated, especially when we don't follow Jane Doe over here and Bobby Lee over there. Wonderful poem!
|nicky (184.108.40.206) -- Friday, December 16 2005, 06:59 pm|
hey i really like this poem it's one of your best and i think it's gonna be one of my favorites. keep being you cuz that's what i love about you
|Mike (220.127.116.11) -- Tuesday, December 20 2005, 06:39 pm|
Woo! You go girl. And why should we conform to the expectations of society? Be yourself. Be who YOU are. Loved this poem. Mike :heart:
|earthfire this is jeicssa nihocls (18.104.22.168) -- Friday, December 23 2005, 03:49 am|
hey i loved it
|Jessica (22.214.171.124) -- Tuesday, October 31 2006, 02:33 am|
This frames exactly what happens in life! love it!
|Bipedalguy (126.96.36.199) -- Tuesday, October 31 2006, 07:11 am|
In fact I could never had said it as even half as well. Great write.
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