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solutions dropped at your door,again and a gain,Not 2 even the score, Only 2 encourage obedience to Caesars Law,Bullish words doth I receive incline,I share my eyes n heart to the higher hills,
This year, I burned myself away I let myself wilt  Without dismay Often, I was horrified A world in meltdown Triggered my pride And let me drown I got up, though I always came around
One big move States away Nothing left to prove I wish I could have stayed   Here in Ohio Moved from Texas Hurts, so I cry, Oh Fate seems to perplex us   I feel like a ghost
Looking up at the sky, Either dark or bright --
Left and right I see a place to fall, holding tight I suffer through it all. God grant me courage, God grant me wisdom. To break this world's mighty wall, I'll come running when you call.
  Rising like a Tree             Grow, grow, grow             Reach for the sky             Climb ever so high             Never stop            
Everyday you see me, or maybe you don't. I sit in your class with my notes ready. I smile polietly and sometimes greet you. Maybe you notice me and perhaps even allow yourself to think of how I'm a good student.
My life  can be explained with only one of my memories. I was 5 years old looking at a tree. No one near to help or guide,  I started my journey alone and on my own. I took the first branch at a chance, I pulled my self up
Rising up, a wispy blissembraces a lover's memoryof your unending spoken kissthat bestows on me such misery
  What am I gonna do when you’re gone? Because you couldn’t let anybody in to hear the cries of your sad song. So tell me what am I gonna do when you’re gone?
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