Treasure Island

anonimous person


Betray


Stab! someone in their back
Kill! their good will
Kids, Without food
can't earn enough
help! the Devil's in
Betray
his good will
Years, All down the drain
No, More hope for us
Desperated for some help
Don't, Let us down
Keep, Your head up high
Even
if they take you down

Submitted: Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, January 15, 2014

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Since my father lost his job, he's been depressed. And seeing him like that, especially after he hears the lies they tell...But i'm very proud of my dad. He keeps on trying...And because of that I thought of this and I couldn't get this out of my head anymore...

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