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Real Talk



bruh, there's a lot going on with your life you got school and responsibilitties

yet lets get back to the basics of love where we start to care deeply for each other
keep a quiet date to set your claim where you can breath & stay in the game
in quiet moments such as these come to your inner senses let go of all hate

practice what you preach even share this in the streets where peeps do meet
inside you may want to hide behind four walls that ruin ya'll know what your doing
Smile with your head lifted up to the sky as your slated time passes by
let there be no mistake we need to calm down and meditate take a deep breath in

yeah, I know you got drama in your life a taste of bitter spice but this will pass
stay true to yourself just like a soldier going out to war calm your nerves down
Honor your father and mother my brother that things may go well with you
although deep inside you may want to run away and hide that's a bad idea

shoot from the heart you will light the inner spark to where you need to go
stop your swearing even though that could be tough but it pays to have good conduct
never rush pushing others ver the edge stand your ground instead of painting the town
Real talk from me to you from the heart stay true cause your the only one you got
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Submitted by hitalot on January 24, 2018

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Mario William Vitale

Mario William Vitale is a twentieth century poet. He has developed a style of free verse. Has written over one thousand poems. more…

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