Bullies in the HallBullies in the Hall:Bullies in the Hall3 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
Bullies in the hall,
They're really big and tall.
I'm just so afraid to fall...
How I wish,
That I could be,
Free from all this misery...
Let me change it up, so you know it's a rap.
I'm really sick and tired, of this bullshit and crap!
I know you've got a taste, for my fear and my pain...
How many times have I cried these tears in the rain!
I speak from words of wisdom, I know it's hard to focus.
When the world is bearing down, like a plague of angry locusts,
You sit, you pray, hoping for a better today,
Tomorrow is another day, 'Save me!' I hear you say.
I've had enough of people that are kickin' us down,
I say this is enough, no more crap flying around!
Hold on to your hopes, because you're gonna fly high,
Watch us spread our wings, we'll soar up before we die!
Remember what you're worth, and what you are inside,
You know you have a spark, so let that be your pride.
We've all got our talents, don't let them hold you back,
Spread your wings
how to become a writerhave parents that separatehow to become a writer2 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
when you’re in high school;
a father filled with unused anger
and a mother too busy to care.
pretend it doesn’t hurt.
let your friends treat you
everything is your fault.
listen to their problems with a fake smile
all the while crying out because
everything hurts and no one can see.
press a knife to your skin,
but be too cowardly to
draw your own blood.
fall in love with people
who could never notice you,
just. not. good.
chew on the multicolored
strands of your hair.
(you can’t stop running
from who you really are.)
carry around a notebook
and scrawl eve
Hip Hop Thesis [Ongoing Study] Music has long since been a part of human culture and has served not only as a means of enjoyment and congregation, but also as a link between humans that connects like-minded individuals together and helps to give explanation to the practices of people. The Hip-Hop genre, or rather art form, is one of many different shades of emotion, and it expresses these emotions with a plethora of different lyrics, some which may and often do offend others. For that reason Hip-Hop is often labeled as being the most negative form of music in modern history. Though hip-hop does have it's darker sides, these deep areas of emotion in hip-hop's repertoire of songs are often misunderstood. Hip-Hop, as a genre, should not be criticized because of its "negatively influential lyrics," as its positives outweigh it's negatives. Hip-Hop has given more support to the inner city youth of America than any other form of music or entertainment in the past 50 years or more. BecauHip Hop Thesis [Ongoing Study]3 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
SADE - Bedbug ScarsDestitute and devoid of the toys he played withSADE - Bedbug Scars3 years ago in Urban & Spoken Word More Like This
These paper razorblade made him faceless.
His card tower was a masterpiece among many
But such a foe is the wind, enemy of plenty.
Insert Intercom; "This contraption ain't having madmen"
Decorum already prepared for stabbing them.
Meticulous is monotonous when it ends in rubble
But Nietche is right, there ends the trouble.
It's obligatory to hold him in your fingers
Flip the pages that slightly resemble triggers.
The seeking stingers linger, call them apostles.
Morality brothels, get them forced via hostile.
"Sex sells!" So do little knick-knacks of nothing
Each are well-hidden and unequivocally bluffing.
Consent to your spinning pocketwatch right now
Lest you bury yourself and be rebirth'd within the crowds.
Somehow, ripe plum, choose one.
Either it's the rugged rulebook, line, sinker, or handgun.
Or a deviant casting past credulity on the run
See, that's just the way the pistol is spun.
So fun! Look at me nod in unchallenged unison