What If

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What if I could live in a world in which I never fell for you? What if I never fell for you? What if I never fall again? Never feel the scrape of my knees hitting earth again.
If I could spell fear then I wouldn't, Given the chance, I'd scream it in its face, You would begin to stutter but you shouldn't, Fear was designed to put you in your place,
Before I Stay September 5, 2018 ~ Wednesday What if I put right what I got wrong And I put it into a song What if you should decide
What if I'm not as pretty as you think? What if I have scars on my face? What if everything changes once you blink would I no longer be in first place?   Would you eveen bother to get to know me
Sometimes I think I look back to middle school in health class we did a project where we researched a mental illness or something like that I researched anorexia and I snap back to now
In empty space, we’re forced to roam The vessel’s engine a high pitched shrill In search of that which resembles home   As complex as the human genome
What if Cinderella was actually a slave whose prince led her through the Underground Railroad? What if Aurora had social anxiety? What if Snow White had Dissociative Identity Disorder?
If Cinderella had taken her fate into her own hands, She wouldn’t have lost her glass heel. Maybe she would have ran away, hung a red lantern above her door.
What would you say,If you woke up one day,And all your troubles seemed to drift away,As if they overstayed their stay.And let you out of their chaotic array.What would you say,If on that same day,
I live my love aloneno freedom chimes its bells
Have you ever noticed the little things Not technology or diamond rings Have you seen Between The lines? Every little thing Someone had to sweat for And cry for And work for
 What if I fell in love
Please get up, please get up, as she holds her lifeless boyfriend around his waist, she hoped to hear a gasp of air.
What If?  
What if, one day, We stopped. Stopped wasting Time online. Stopped sitting And doing nothing. What if, one day, We got up. We exercised, Got fit, ate healthy.
What if I wasn't the person you perceive me to be and think I am? That I can do and accomplish anything that you don't think I can? Seeing the outside but not in, Seeing only a happy face because of a grin?
Oh, how hopeful is the statement what if. Looking into his eyes, thinking what if. Laughing together, believing in what if. Holding his hand someday – oh what if. Walking down the aisle above the clouds of what if.
You should know, bullying hurts. It starts with one word, one word you blurt. Fat, ugly, worthless. These are the words they hear. Did you know, your their biggest fear?
What if everything was different? What if I wasn't gifted? What if I just gave up on my dream and never tried to live it? What if I'd paid attention? What if there was no addiction?
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