anti-stereotype

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When I was 6, I was told to wear my scariest costume for Halloween day at school And for once, my parents wanted to spoil me, So while everyone at school became witches or skeletons or furries
Black Birds   As she flicked the rubber against her wrist her eyes linger into nature’s abyss undressing the land with her eyes
Stereotype me all you want. You have no idea what my future holds. I inspire to use the pain you've brought me, to grow into someone better than you. For I am the current generation.
The pink flowery dress, is what I hate the most To be honest, its quiet actually gross. Why when I wear it, am I seen normal? How much longer do I have to continue dressing formal?  
Once I found a coffee shop overlooked by a thousand Others. Through the glass, a thousand Others I ignored back. The sky carried dark clouds on its back.
I'm not playing this game hate to disappoint  but i’m not your little monkey that jumps at your tune, i’m not joining in and definitely not your partner in this cruel little dance.
with my weapon, i protect what's mine a piece of my gun for a piece of your mind can i buy a sliver of your time? i taught my bullets how to read minds   fill our heads with faith and values
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