Unfair

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Unfair

By Edwin Chamba

Un·fair /an’fer/ adj. 1. A person being born into a poor or abusive family / A person having toxic friends or role models 2. Knowing that we are most likely made to suffer / If we want to succeed / We must fight and struggle to attain get success / Seeing a sliver of light in the darkness beckoning us to keep marching on / when our legs pleas to collapse 3. Not being able to spend more time with you / Feeling your heavy, tired sighs as you buried your head on my chest / Knowing that our relationship will realistically end in a break up, divorce, or death

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