Giving InDying,Slowly,And I can feelMy heartbeatIn my head.Lying,Naturally,And I can keepOn smiling.Can you,Really,Justify yourself?Bring me,To the Edge again,And I'm waiting,For that one thingThat will make itAll alright again.I'm waiting,Hesitating,Forgetting,Why I even tried.And I'm falling,Slowly,Slipping under.And I give up,There's no fight left.You're not worth the pain,The aggression,The attention,The addiction.Useless,Forgotten,With not muchLeft inside.Not much left to hide.
Back In The DayBack in the day, it seemed that family was everything. You could probably say that family was the basis, the most important in society. Baseball games and other sports were viewed by both parents, sitting and laughing together. They cheered their kids on, and supported them whenever they won and lost, alike. Instead, in this day and age, baseball games, football games, and every other sport are seen by one parent, if at all. One comes because the other is too busy to make it, so someone needs to compensate for the absence. Hell, why not? Teach our kids what it means to be alone at a young age so that they can get used to it.Back in the day, mom stayed home and took care of the kids. She watched them and payed attention. And whenever dad got back from work, there would be a home cooked meal that would be eaten around a FAMILY table, that consisted of maybe pot roast, steamed veggies and iced tea. But, in this day and age, mom works too, and we're too busy to sit down