'PowerPoetry'

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The first time I ran away from home was when I was four. And I saw Safeway up ahead during my journey through the shortcut
In the dead of night The moon shone bright  A lone soul raced In search of the light She was being followed by her prey And had nowhere safe to stay
I hold the broken pieces of my heart Every daughter needs her father  Life decided otherwise I can't stop but think its a dream Envy builds within me Looking back at that morning 
a whole world consumed cautionary tales of couragous cowards   overbaring and overwhelming, a loud, brooding foe you can't leave fear does nothing.   but trust is everything a light
You
I loved your flaws the same way I loved taking chances scary and uneasy just like our first glances Almost dawn, the first moment I laid my eyes on you
I found my voice out of frustration All I wanted to do was show my creationI desire to be a writer, make worlds for people to get lost inMy greatest fear is that some will say it belongs in a trash binI found my voice when a teacher told me I woul
Because of you, I learned how to love Because of you, I know love Because of you, I strive for happiness Because of you, I know happiness
I think some days What would I be If I never speak Be a normal teen Let someone else write these feelings To be part of life Instead of with a pencil I find myself lonely
Poetry has taught me how to vocalize with style and power Instead of hiding in cower. It helped me express my emotions And stand tall as a tower.   Poetry has shown me a new perspective
Dear vehicles I drive,   Why?   First, you were the oldest of them You were sturdy and strong You held through my inexperience My unsureness My fear
Tell me the Story of America I don't mean the story of red, white, and blue I mean the story of those with skin of a different hue Taught to be ashamed
They tell me education is the key to success the key that will get me out this mess the key that will present me with a new dress, walk and flow about me. Present me as "Doctor" instead of "Mister"
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