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sheniqua lowery

Rookie (august,6th,1990 / seattle, washington)

Let me talk!


Wheather i type about my life or my dreams.
i am getting somewhere
Weather you look me up or not.
I am who i am, please don't change me
Weather i type about my hardships, don't forget me.
or or weather i close my eyes and open them
and i am still here.
My body's not, i went to heaven.
Weather this don't make sense it made sense to me
Because i am the one who's living to write.

Submitted: Saturday, December 26, 2009

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