coby salazar

Rookie (9/13/94 / new mexico)

dont be a hero


when will this world need a hero to save?
save us form our tears and our graves

to save us when were down...
there ant that many hero's around

some came and some gone
fought for the right to be wrong

some we had see in our dreams
some hid, stayed a mystery

some loved to have a crowed
some fought just to stay about

but when all the hero's seem to fail
who will save us form this hell?

when will this world need a hero thats real?
that knows our pain and knows how we feel

when the world needs a hero its to late
the ones that seems to be brave end up to be fake....

most hero's today arent so brave
but theres a hero that i proclaim! ! !

-Faden Back-

Submitted: Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, March 03, 2009
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  • Rookie Megan Levinson (2/18/2009 5:09:00 PM)

    ur soo totally rite i mean ya i loved it haha um id like to read more if u have more cuz there great (Report) Reply

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