Aya Nasr

Rookie - 11 Points (17/9/1993 / cairo, Egypt)

I Apologize For Being Real


Some people call me childish
Some call me fool
Some waiting me to fall
And Disappointing me is their goal
My age is 19 but they call me small

I see being tiny is cute
But when I explain who I am...
They moving their mouse and clicking on mute

What's the problem if I don't wanna re-system or be fake? ?
Maybe we have different visions
but what shall I do if u see it a big mistake? ? ?
What's your problem if I wanna be real? ?
Living life and do what gives me great feel

Respect my way If you in my same range age
And respect it if you from different older age
I'm sorry I can't change
I'm sorry I can't live in your cage
I'm sorry I don't mean to be mean
And I apologize for being real

Submitted: Thursday, January 10, 2013
Edited: Friday, January 11, 2013

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  • Veteran Poet - 2,812 Points Patricia Grantham (8/24/2013 1:54:00 PM)

    Very good Honorable Poet. Be yourself and not what others want you to be.
    I love your honesty and your integrity. You are a youthful poet and you
    are writing real poetry. Keep on writing and continue reaching for the stars.
    Very inspiring. (Report) Reply

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