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suzyland

suzy Q 

so,what do babies do after birth when their parents are not looking?
they appologize to life in advance for future depression
i curse the world
i wish i could have done what all babies do right after birth
now im experiencing depression
and living a life of a failure
oh god why wasnt i born with the silver spoon placed in my mouth?
to fly with my riches whenever i see the dark side of life.

i lost the love for life
im done lusting after the shadows of death
you see , i dont know what i want ,but i want it all
the shinny diamonds blinds my eyeside and all i see is what i want not what i need.
breathing is not important anymore compare to cute boys and justfab high heels
im now living in my suzyland where unicorns tell me bedtime stores.
they feed me icecream while floating by the moon and watching cartoons.
in my head im a suparstar with a killer tune
i eat the cloud with my silver spoon
while dancing with raccoons
and getting a massage from baboons.
but tomorrow i will be flying back to my room on top of the balloon

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