Why Nappa

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Sometimes living in a new place is always tought

Submitted: November 03, 2017

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Submitted: November 03, 2017



I am driving 55 mph

In the kind of morning, somewhat before noon

Just looking inside the gloom

4 exits to my apartment, but

i am tempted to keep going and drive

And leave it all behind

I wonder sometimes

About the outcome

But I still avoid it at times

In my apartment

I fill up the spaces 

Of words and places to make it feel like home

But all I feel is alone

Might be quarter life crisis

Or just a disturbance in my soul

Even when I wounder

About the outcome

So wahat?

So I got a smile on

It's hiding a quiet superstitions in my head

Don't believe me

When I say I've got it down

Everybody is just a stranger

That's the danger of going my own way

I guess it's just the price I have to pray

Still, everything happens for a reason

But I don't need a reason to ask myself

Am I living my life?

Am I living it right?

Why Nappa, why?"

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