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And thus it begins again. Same old toxicity. Same old customs. Same old unacknowledged, unhappiness and stifled pain.
So this is whereIt stops right?The moment we decide,We need to stop.Have to Stop.Should stop.
Not because weCan’t see it’s still wrong.Not because weAre are not strong.Not because weDon’t want to changeThings anymore.
Be happy,IndependentRespectedIndividualsWith ideologies.
But simply because,We see the peaceIn our familyDisappearing.Because of us.
Because the ones whoAre wrong and ego trolls,They won’t stop.They can’t stop.
So we have to right?In order to maintain peace.Shut ourselves up,Once again.Forget everything.Pretend to ignore.Live on the scarpsOf false happiness.
And thus it begins again.Same old toxicity.Same old customs.Same old unacknowledged,Unhappiness and stifled pain.
Not because we let it happen,Because we are made toLet it happen.By the suppressed ones.The life of the people,We wanted to change.By the ones,We wanted to help.
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