America’s laughing. You wanna know why? Out of all the Queens, She won the crown in her teens. Bitch was fierce and she knew it. But y’know, She was big and beautiful But she was sick like a witch, And she smoked And drank (oh, Lordy, did she drank). She stuffed her big booty up in that dress and corset, Coughed up her lungs for all to see, And they were nasty, honey, Believe me. America’s tired, girl. You wanna know why? She’s tired of winning all the time. She’s tired of wakin’ up and painting her face and serving red white and blue realness when really, She’s a hot mess! You better believe She ain’t walkin’ in those heels no more, because they broke
you're syrup that's too sweet for me. our souls are stuck, (without permission) wound and bound by cobwebs, curly q’s, dust clumps. but i don’t want the kind of love you can crush with bare hands. i want the good stuff, (not over-the-counter) the kind that weaves pages in leather-bound bowels.
all i have is sap for paint, blood for rouge, and glue to keep my eyes shut when they’d rather look at you.
I may not be a political science major, but I have a decent grasp of United States politics, and right now we're a mess. Anyone in the world can see it, since our political revels and defeats are always being splayed across news and social media. What's more: instead of trying to unite over common issues, we're pitching our causes at each other like weapons for war. The problem, in my opinion, isn't the mess; it's our reactions. Everyone has morals. Everyone has beliefs. Everyone thinks they're right. But what happens when there isn't only one answer? What happens when diverse groups of people are tossed together like a salad? Do they listen to each other before speaking or do they sit and scream accusations? At what point does the fence fall? In today's society, we're plagued by the illusion of binary systems. "Liberal" and "conservative" have become terms we use to describe our personalities rather than political standing. This d…