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We ask the question, Why lie?   Well you see,  We aren’t the only ones being lied to   Everything is lies  
Let's talk about Israel Let's talk about the bombs Let's talk about the screaming kids Hiding between the skirts Of hysterical moms Praying to God To save them And help them escape
Donald Trump: Is he perfect? No. Did the majority of America choose him? Yes. Will he divide us? No Does he actually, honestly control us? Duh... no. Will hatred devide us?
Dear Illegal Immigrants:   In plain English, hon Your argument is ridiculous For several, very obvious Reasons Are you ready to listen? First of all, If you want a better life
IStrangerphobic:   You tell me I'm a racist A xenophobe for wanting a wall...   But when darkness falls and stars are dripping from the sky We all prepare to close our eyes
One moment That was all it took For the realization to settle That I would never be a child anymore   It happened in the bathroom In front of the mirror When I couldn't see myself
Dear Shakespeare: ‘Tis One P.M. The Clock tick-eth slowly ‘Swounds! My face is all a-glower In this lone, tort’rous hour   Oh, agony! Oh, villain! Oh horrible deed,
I ask myself Why all these things in life, matter.
There's a romanticism to sitting down in a bookstore with a yet unpaid for book in hand Seeking out the coziest corner where your Momma won't find you  Not for want of searching or yelled whispers
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