confusion illusion we are the same

Poem by: vcorrinne

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the way a person feels and how i think the two people that are alike

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Submitted: January 06, 2013

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looking all around its all an illusion feeling nothing but confusion hurt inside and feeling alone cracked like a stone tossed like a bone scared to change feel to out of range the feeling of hope is far too strange but u want to make a difference i can sence how people are and why they act & react the way they do for infrence me i build walls and push people away runaway trying to get away day after day feeling no remorse for what ive done saying oh im just having fun whats done id done , and you ? well you put up a gaurd and act like i do but we are the same playing the same game getting no where in life well pay the price showing care of no care the difference beetween me & u is that im aware and urunaware so im telling you to keep it fair


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confusion illusion we are the same confusion illusion we are the same

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