Déjà vu

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Young Adult  |  House: Booksie Classic
What I feel everyday, when I wake from my bed.

Submitted: October 05, 2016

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Submitted: October 05, 2016

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Déjà vu,
I wake in the same tired bed, walk down the same old staircase, eat the same dull cereal. I take the same depressing route to school... I even say the word "Hello" In exactly the same way. Change is scary when everything in your world is the same, change is alien to me. I want change so badly, but I am chained down with disguised 
shackles, that grin inside my soul. Free people advertise to me about our great earth and what I could achieve, they exclaim about me being happy and serene, its all A false shepherd, leading us in their corrupted slaughterhouses. When I get back from school I sit in my chair staring at my computer screen, viewing the same stuff. all I 
ever see is void. then I fall into dreamless, hollow sleep. And then all of this repeats.... Like a demented, never-ending Déjà vu.


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