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I would lie awake at night while everybody else slept I would play games with the ceiling I would crouch on the bathroom floor waiting
I was born 4/20/1969 I made my mother moan as I slide right out of her meat pocket. She was the first women I would ever make moan. I lived a simple life besides my massive fucking peen.
Once when I was young I dreamed to be old To be a be a big girl And finally face the world But then I grew up And learned pretty quick Being an adult Isn't that great
From time to time Inside this heart of mine I stare into the mirror To see clear For the very first time In the depths of my obscure mind
We begged Dad to stay home The memory of mothballs and butterscotch candy Already choking us Even a nine and a ten-year-old know There is a sort of relief
As a child I knew life wasn’t perfect, had to survive most day a lot of things I went through I didn’t deserve it!
This is a letter to my unborn, sorry that you couldn't see the world in human form. Can't plant you seeds but I still adore. Cause it ain't easy when you nigga poor.
My past is my yesterday, not better than my today, You never want to leave in it, but you learn lessons from it.
When Life Was Simple Your old man is turning 50 like mine But I won’t be there to sing tonight He used to say when I’d visit everyday