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0400It is four AM0400 by Owari999
I'm awake again
Or as awake as I can be
I am not as I was
Or as we were
You, I, and her
At four AM
I still begin
To wander off, begin to dream
To think little of us
We who still write
And say we fight
Next 4 AM
I'll think again
About all of the memories I made
Such a brief time while she
Now I am strong.
You were wrong.
Lies I've ToldI hate youLies I've Told by Owari999
I wish I were dead
I've never wanted to drink.
I don't write.
I'm better than this.
I'll miss you.
I enjoyed high school.
I have faith.
I'm not racist.
I'm not sexist.
I'm not homophobic.
I'm not biased against any religions.
I don't believe in God.
I believe in God.
I believe you.
I don't care about the drugs you're on.
I'd cross the country to save you.
I'd drive hours to save you.
I'd lift a finger to save you.
I like your music.
I respect you.
I've got your back.
I never want to see you again.
I'm glad I'm still alive
I love you
This Generation's DecisionTake a bow and take a stand since we are not what we had plannedThis Generation's Decision by Owari999
We were told to only dream and we would have our everything
But dreams have faded with our youth and we're the slaves of fastfood booths
So do we stand to tear it down and destroy every gilden crown
Or are we left alone to fade for bitterness to hold our days?
Happiness was just a thing that sold us papers and diamond rings
The icons we grew up adored are hollowed, emptied by de jure
They dealt us broken future lands and make us pay retirement plans
Are we to be the slaves of yore to serve the childer of wealth before?
Can we not still deny the fate that keeps our debt at endless rate?
How can we owe them a dime while promised much in jingle rhyme?
The SeaI never saw the seaThe Sea by Owari999
as a friend in chivalry
Or a dreamy place to be
Or a place to visit free
The ocean is, to me
The one true tyranny
For the land bows to our might
But the ocean's not our right
The sea is vast and fast and wide
And not a thing to be denied
It cares not for the lives of men
We treat it as an eggless hen
But one day the swells will rise
And men will reach a grim demise
For daring to think they restrained
That which will rise and kill and maim