Rage of Fear

February 16, 2009
By Corinna Muntean BRONZE, Troy, Michigan
Corinna Muntean BRONZE, Troy, Michigan
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Year after year
And I still have this fear
They've never changed
And they all look the same
This is just so strange

I try to look cool
But it makes me look like a fool
Detentions, suspensions, and good intentions
I don't want a lunch detention

Late at night
It'll give you a fright
You won't be alright
Well, at least for a few more nights

And all they do is stare
This place is a nightmare
But does anyone really care?
Life just isn't fair
I'd rather die on the electric chair

Tardies, bullies, and classes
We'll have to learn the elements atomic masses
I wanna go somewhere near
Where my mind will be clear
And all my fears will disappear

Deprivation, depression, oppression
To teach us all a lesson
But all it does is create tension

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This is from Strong Truth's website.

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