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I Can't Save YouHer neck snappedfrom being strangled by a ropeand with shaking hands,I again stitched the cracks right upas the tiny droplets of redslipped down hercollarbone
another shade of normalTomboyGirlygirlSuch easy descriptionsUsed in youth….. She’s a girlygirl because she plays with BarbiesShe’s a tombuy because she plays in the mudYet later…..Play a sportKnow your cosmeticsBe strong,Yet not TOO strongDress for the gameDress for the danceWhy is this accepted?Feminine and yet masculine?Tough and yet weak?Bleuh!I say to that!I’m not sporty or tough or athletic….I can’t put on makeup and I hate yoga pants and TwilightBut, you know…I writeRead fanfictionHave strange friendsLove jeansAnd hot superheroes and villainsPlay video gamesSupport gay rightsAnd you know what?To them, I’m an oddballTo me…. I’m just another shade of normal in this oh-so weird world
Boy of the PastSo, tell me, Boy of the PastWas it worth it in the endTo sit there and pretendLike the present wouldn’t disappear?And the future wouldn’t ever near?Was it worth it to keep those regrets in your life?The ones you held onto with so much strife?The ones you couldn’t ever forget?The ones you couldn’t ever admit?Was it worth it to hold onTo the pain you placed uponYourself with no forgiveness?Like it was no one else’s businessWas it worth it to see throughThe true and only you?You looked in the mirror and regardedOnly an image that was greatly marrédWas it worth it to ignoreWhat, for you, had been still in store?A life you deemed had no meaningThe regrets constantly interveningWas it worth it to use that mask?And never, ever ask?Bear it all on your own?Surrounded, yet all aloneWas it worth it to chainYourself to all your pain?To wallow in your shame?You yourself the one you blamedBecause as I stand here and observeIn the cas