"You made hearts swell
Just to break them like a promise
So casually cruel
In the name of being honest."
It was your heart weighed down
By broken promises
Their sharp edges being pressed down
On you by the modest.
Giving up on yourself
As if life wasn't worth a dime
But they never realise
It's a heinous crime.

And today ;
Let's raise a toast to the man
Who chose freedom in life
To prove that he can
In fact, not regret life.
Let's hail the man who wasn't afraid
Taking the perilous steps
Let's hail a young Virtus
Whose valour never ebbs.
As if loving yourself
Was just a matter of time
But they make it look
Like a heinous crime.

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